Re: Best Harp

> 	>Remember, Little Walter played Marine Bands.  I don't know if he 
> 	>would have tried Lee Oskars.
>   You can bet that he would have tried Oskars.  He also would have tried 
> solid state amps, effects units, the ECH and everything else he could get 
> a hold of.  Remember, Little Walter was a pioneer for developing a new 
> way of playing harp.  He wasn't content to just sound like everyone else 
> who came before him (Not that anyone does that today). :+)

I agree, and point out that he indeed played harps other than marine band. 
His chromatic third position work is instantly recognizable.  Little Walter
was anything but traditional.  The fact that his harp work, although from an
era 4 decades back, is still stylish and unique today, is eloquent testimony
to this.

 -- mike

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