Re: Harp Repair Question

Pete wrote:
"Specifically, what I would like to do is learn how to fix diatonic harps 
where a reed goes flat from bending notes. This is my biggest problem with 
harps and always has been. <snip> I've always played hard, and that may 


Your cheapest option - and, IMHO, a good place to start - is to get the Lee 
Oskar repair kit, follow the instructions, and learn as you go. However, if 
you really want to save some dough, work on not blowing as hard. You do not 
have to play "hard" to get power and volume. Good luck.

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