- Subject: Chrom service/advice
- From: Dina Janzen and Jim Rossen <dlj@xxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 23:00:35 -0600
I am playing chromatic more now, and my one instrument, a Hering 601/64,
lost a reed. I do my own basic diatonic servicing, but I am not sure I want
to undertake servicing the chrom.
I seek advice-
Do most chrom players on the list service their own?
Who provides quick and reasonably priced basic servicing for chroms?
Are individual reeds and reedplates available for the 601/64?
Do any moderate priced 4 octave chroms come with reeds attached by screws
and reeds readily available?
Looks like I'll need a second chrom- what 4 octave ones are people liking
for 3rd position blues.
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