> Well... my sister gave to me a Hohner 'Blues Harp'
> just the other day. I quite
> like the feel of the thing, but I have encountered one
> The comb is made of wood, and when I use the harp for
> any extended period of
> time the moisture from my mouth causes the teeth of
> the comb to expand. They
> expand a few millimeters beyond the cover plates,
> interfering with my lips
> something terrible...Is there a
> solution, or do I simply have to put up with it?
It's a very common problem. The solution is to use an X-Acto knife to shave
off the wood or to buy a harp with a plastic body. If you opt for the former
solution, be careful so wood shavings don't drop into the harp.
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