Re: [Harp-L] Harp purchases

Hey Ross,

I am mostly a Lee Oskar plary now after a few years of using SP 20's, I only switched to the the replacable reed plates. How every I do the same and have not had much luck but ti my surize I have really thought about buying a whole set of the suzike Bluesmaster's. I love the tome and so far it is hold up well. Longer than 

Aaron "Willie" Kazmer akazmer1@xxxxxxx

--- On Sat, 11/29/08, pdxharpdog@xxxxxxxxxxx <pdxharpdog@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: pdxharpdog@xxxxxxxxxxx <pdxharpdog@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [Harp-L] Harp purchases
> To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Saturday, November 29, 2008, 11:29 AM
> Hey List - Primarily a SP20 player, but when I have a few
> spare bucks, I like to test drive different diatonic harps
> to see what's out there. It seems that we have a growing
> # of harmonica mfgs. and models and customizers to tempt us
> and  it makes for interesting shopping bang-for-the-buck
> discussions.  I've had some customized SP20 harps as
> well and loved them. 
> I am usually dissappointed with Mfg. out of the box
> purchases when compared to the SP20, but last year I bought
> an upmarket Suzuki Firebreath Harp online and was pretty
> darned impressed  - I can't afford to have a stable of
> these, but was wondering if any one out there has experience
> with Suzuki's MR-350 Promaster Deluxe, or the
> Bluesmaster as compared to the SP20? 
> What other harps do you SP20 players experiment with?
> Anyone find a different axe that competes well with the
> SP20?
> Best - 
> Ross Macdonald
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