Re: [Harp-L] Re: Home P.A.

For harp I'd say it sounds about as good as a solid-state portable amp can sound - but it's still
too clean for my taste.  I'd rank it in the same class with the old Danelectro Dirty Thirty - but
its only 20 amps, not 30.  I'd actually say it sounds a little better than the Dirty Thirty for
harp because of its built in echo effect.

Oh, one more correction to my earlier hasty review - its got only bass and treble controls.  No


--- Bob Boyd <bboyd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > I really don't think I could ask for much more from a tiny P.A. system. 
> > And for just $99?
> > I don't intend to use for harmonica, but if you don't mind the sound of 
> > solid-state electronics,
> > it might be ok for chromatic harp.
> How does it sound for harp? Could it be a cheap amp that could be used as a 
> portable one for harp. Have you tried playing regular diatonic harps through 
> it with the wireless mic?
> Bob "The Captain" Boyd

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