RE: SBS vs. 364 14-hole low harps

Hey Michelle,

- --- Michelle LeFree <mlefree@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks to fjm and others for explaining in detail
> just what the SBS special
> is.  I've been wondering about that because I
> have been wanting to add a
> low-keyed harp to my collection so that I can
> play come of SBWII's songs
> that use them (e.g., Bye Bye Bird, one of my
> favorite harmonica-based
> songs).  

Just as an FYI, I use my SBS harp to play Bye Bye
Bird (one of my favorites, also!) and love it. The
advantage (for me at least) is that I can easily
get into some call-and-response licks by jumping
from the lower octave (rhythm-driven) to the
second/third octaves (lead driven) and really play
with it. 

Just my thoughts.

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- --Ken M.

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