Re: Hering 1923
- Subject: Re: Hering 1923
- From: "Hambone Hamilton" <harpmanx@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 09:34:43 -0400
So far your experience is the exception...most folks I've heard from, and I,
think that these are the sweetest out-of-the-box harps to come along. I
like them so much, I've become a reseller...and look forward to hearing back
from my customers about their experiences. We've all had good and bad
harps...I've had bad Lee Oskars, Suzukis, and a whole run of bad
Hohners...even a bad chromatic, so it can happen anywhere. I hope that the
failure percentage of these is very low....I think they're the best
alternative for those of us who can't afford custom harps.
What a great forum!
>Subject: Re: Hering 1923
>Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 03:53:18 EDT
>In a message dated 9/29/03 5:42:05 PM, bbqbob917@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> > So far, the Hering Vintage, even with its thicker plates, have
> > clearly outlasted anything they've ever put out as far as diatonics go,
> > its longevity is not unlike a HM MB, especially when you learn to NOT
> > real hard 24/7.
>I had a Hering Blues harp that I could never make play well at all. I liked
>how the harp felt, sounded.. but it played hard. My vintage harp is a piece
>crap. Again, I like the solid feel of it, but it plays stiff and I don't
>it at all. I tweaked it some, but it still stinks. very unresponsive and
>difficult to play. For what it's worth.
>Steve "Moandabluz" Webb
>still a fool for the harp
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