Re: [Harp-L] Invitation to all Harp-l'ers


Thank you for the kind words about our new site but I am not the author of
the current content. I am the web developer behind the code.

The knowledge and genius behind the post that you are speaking of is that of
Dick Gardner ( of the Harmonicats). He is a member of the Twin
City Harmonica Society. He is an incredible player and a wonderful person.
He is the one that you should be thanking. Not me.

But I am glad Randy that you are enjoy the first posts of the new website.


Home of the Twin City Harmonica Society

On 1/26/08, BiscuitBoy714@xxxxxxx <BiscuitBoy714@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>      Hello Todd, I checked out your website just a minute ago. I clicked
> on the harmonica fixits thing that was on there and read about embossing.
> I'm an old blues player (semi old anyway) and what you and I do musically is
> a little different, but your tips and overall harmonica talk was rewarding
> for me to read. I finally understand how to emboss now and I'm going to try
> it on an old A Special 20 I have, so wish me luck. I'm going to gap it
> afterwards too. I guess you pretty much have to gap a harp after you emboss
> it anyway.
>         Thanx for the site brother harper.
>               Randy
>            BiscuitBoy Blues
> In a message dated 1/24/2008 11:22:13 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> lucidmonk@xxxxxxxxx writes:
> To All,
> I would like to invite you all to come and visit our new Harmonica Club
> website. It just went live about 30 minutes ago. It's a small site but I
> think it provides a great way for people to find out about us
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