Re: [Harp-L] PT Gazell is the man
There's also a nice distinct reed flutter when it's hit just right that I
don't hear on nearly all other harps. You hear it in William Clarke,
Piazza, Johnny Rover, Harman, San Pedro Slim, Gruenling, and of course the
octave guru George Smith as well as many others. With many harps the
just seem to blend together without the ''separate'' tonal character that
each reed presents.
My ear is very aware of the sound you're talking about,
particularly from some of these players..
Is it because of the 1896's? in other words do all these folks play that
type of harp and that enhances that particular(COOL!) sound?
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