[Harp-L] Re: Comb material
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- Subject: [Harp-L] Re: Comb material
- From: "Haka Harri" <harri.haka@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 13:07:25 +0300
- Thread-index: AceFWaBzZ8or813vSyCKkerUjMLhtAAMbWxw
- Thread-topic: Harp-L Digest, Vol 44, Issue 54
Don't get me wrong. I didn't say that the discussion on comb material is useless nor that the topic is boring. As I said, it seems to matter to many players and therefore should be debated.
If any material makes you feel more comfortable and more confident with your playing, go for it!
I have the same debate with myself. Marine Band with wood comb is the benchmark for blues harp and I like them. But I still prefer plastic combs, no real reasoning behind that.
With cars you can vow in the name of front-, back-, or 4-wheel drive. All will get you there but what makes the real difference is how good a driver you are and, most importantly, how you drive.
Zombor Kovacs <zrkovacs@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It seems that those who already know that comb
> material doesn't matter, are bored of the topic. But
> the only way learning and knowing how the harmonica
> works is through such debates I think, so it is not
> useless. New people will come and the comb material
> topic will rise again. It is not obvious that comb
> material doesn't matter.
> moi :-)
> --- Haka Harri <harri.haka@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Yeah, I know this thread has died but what is
> > interesting is that it must be one of the longest on
> > harp-l. Which goes to show that this really matters
> > to many players. Wood, plastic or metal, what really
> > counts is HOW you play.
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