RE: Handling diatonics on stage, etc.
- Subject: RE: Handling diatonics on stage, etc.
- From: "dfwhoot" <dfwhoot@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 12:14:41 -0600
I use a restaurant serving tray stand . It fold up easily and packs up
easily, because when I perform I carry a harp case rather large to hold a
set of regular diatonics, special tuned ones and chros, bass, and of course
the kazoos and fun stuff. You never know..Jerl
- -----Original Message-----
From: owner-harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2003 6:10 PM
To: * * * Harp-L; Robert Venables
Subject: RE: Handling diatonics on stage, etc.
what do you screw the mic stand into?
Is it a "standard" fitting?
How does it attach to your tray?
Where do I look for one?
Rob V offers:
> I have a Stainless Steel tray ,about 9'' by 8'' that screws onto my mike
> stand. I keep all the likely candidates handy,and my case nearby
> > How do you veterans (or neophytes) handle your diatonics on stage?
> > I've been using the Fender Mississippi Sax case <SNIP> BUT I can't
> > always find someplace to put it that's convenient for key changes,
> > etc.
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