Re: [Harp-L] Peavey Harp Mic
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- Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Peavey Harp Mic
- From: Richard Hunter <turtlehill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2007 10:32:31 -0400
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"John Sturm" wrote:
<Has anyone seen a Peavey Cherry Bomb harp mic yet? My Peavey rep was
<here and says that they a introducing a harp mic. I asked him about
<details and he really didn't know much.
Axe Music's web site has a placeholder for this mic
They don't have it in stock, nor a photo of it. Peavey's web site
doesn't mention it.
So it must not be out there yet. I'll be interested to see it. A mic
is the second-to-least expensive thing you can buy (the least expensive
being a decent delay pedal) to get a new, different, and usable sound
out of the harp. This one will apparently sell for about $109. I hope
it's not just a re-packaged Audix Fireball--I've already got one of those.
This is the second mass manufacturer (Audix being the first) to release
a mic designed expressly for harmonica players in the last year or so.
Pretty interesting. We talk a lot on this list about how harp players
don't have prospects, don't get no respect, etc., etc. But two major
manufacturers have apparently decided that there are enough harp players
out there to make investing in product development for harp players
Regards, Richard Hunter
latest mp3s always at http://broadjam.com/rhunter
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