Re: [Harp-L] Harp purchases:suzuki
As Kiwi blues and I live in the same country* I have had the great pleasure
of once sharing a Harp mike at a Live Jam and then talking harp into the wee
She has been an assiduous student of the Harp and had many of
her submissions go gold on the Jam site.Not one of mine have ever been near.
So: Kiwi suggests Suzuki Bluesmasters to me as a great Harp and given that
i can buy them here without the hassles of internet purchase i dived in and
bought two(A and D)
All it did for me was reinforce the mantra that we,as harmonica
players, are all different and one mans(or in the case of Kiwi,woman's) meat
is another's mans poisson.(sounds fishy)
To me they just sound too quiet,wimpy?.I play L/Os and they
will take any amount of 'crunch'
I really don't know why I am writing this:perhaps it is just the sheer wow
factor of another NZ 'er being mentioned on the 'L(apart from Brendan
Power)G' Day Brendan
*'Kiwi lives about a hundred miles away from me ,which to the Australian and
American members is like, Next Door! To the British and various EEC members
it is my god ,I'll have to book a hotel and take a packed lunch.......
Several discussions have been held with kiwiblues,
http://www.harmonicajam.com/ , via the http://www.harmonicaclub.com/ web
forum. She had been acquiring her Suzuki's via E-bay. Her preferences are
the Mr-350 for playing gig's and the MR-250 for her students to learn
their 'licks'. (BTB Her Suzuki outlet has been found to be in Auckland.
Saves her S&H, shipping and handling!)
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