Re: XB40

Just one quick question... is it worth the price?  That's a pretty 
serious difference between the other harp models (except the 
Meissterclass <sp?>) and I only play with bands a few times a month 
or for my own pleasure.

Steve Lawton

>I worried at first that the XB40 would take away from
>~knowing my way around~ the regular diatonic harp. But
>it actually [because it's richter until you bend!]
>helps. I think most of us who have played for a while
>have a sub-conscious, kinetic memory of which holes
>~normally~ bend. I find myself saying to myself;
>~Couldn't do THAT on a regular harp. Couldn't do that-
>- -~
>That said, it is a little potentially disorienting.
>But fun. I refuse to put the harp down in the car
>unless I've found at least one good riff- in any key
>[country, classical, jazz. No matter]. I'm not sure
>it'll translate to regular harp- and I wonder about
>people who ~come up~ on an omnibender- - - but, as
>Snoop says, ~Sall good~.
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