Re: Practicing on the move

I'll practice "quietly" with a SUPER tight cup.  I can cut the volume
considerably doing this.  You can also adjust the reeds of one "practice"
harp for minimal offset, to make it play softer.

From: "Buzz Krantz" <buzzo@xxxxxxxxx>

> I always parctice up on the running deck. It's a great place to be alone
> & you will get a nice tan. In a motel you can sit by the pool.
>     buzz................
> Tejastk88@xxxxxxx wrote:
> > Anybody have a suggestion about how to practice in close quarters
> > without getting the hook? I'm finally feeling good about my progress,
> > but I'm  fixing to leave on  nearly three week anniversary cruise with
> > my wife, and if I stop playing that long, I know I'll be back to
> > playing "Alouette" in first position. Anybody know how to play in
> > close quarters without bothering the neighbors aside from playing
> > inside a 2 mil trash bag? Some of you must have figured this out
> > following some extended stays in Motel 6.
> >        Tejastk
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