Re: Diatonic handedness question
- Subject: Re: Diatonic handedness question
- From: "Jimbeau Harp" <jimbeauharp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 17:00:09 +0000
>From: fjm <2738540@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Every other left handed person
>I've ever met plays flipped, numbers down. Is there anyone else on the
>list that employs this grip? Personally if I had it to do over I think
>I would have either played flipped which is how I started out or
>switched to righthanded, holding left cupping right. fjm
I hold the harp in my left hand with the numbers up.
I will sometimes consciously hold it in my right hand so I can use my left
hand for effects.
Like many things about the harp, I did this instinctively . It wans't until
I read threads about this on Harp-L that I began to think more about my grip
on the harp and its effect on my tone.
Thanks again to the many contributors to this subject on Harp-L for yet more
Another of the many many things of I learned on Harp-L.
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