RE: [Harp-L] Renaissance chromatic


  I would love to play a Renny...I'm so envious of you :-)

Couple of questions:

1] What was the price on it?

2] Do you do your own tuning/reed replacement?

3] Do you practice on it? [I have nothing like a Renny, but I do have a number of very nice customized  chromatics; I prefer not to practice on them {i use out-of-the-box chros for practice}, saving them for gigs.]

WVa Bob
> From: MundHarp@xxxxxxx
> Date: Sat, 8 Aug 2009 10:38:13 -0400
> Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Renaissance chromatic
> To: jevern@xxxxxxx
> CC: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> I have owned a "Renny" for more than twelve years... "Number 8"
> It is simply the BEST harmonica that I have ever played...
> Any harmonicist would wish to play the best harmonica ever built!
> MUCH less expensive than a good violin... or a really good guitar...
> Why is it harmonica players won't pay for THE BEST instrument?
> I wish Doug Tate was here hear how happy I am to play his 
> "Renny"...
> I bought it... at full price back in the '90s.. I have LOVED playing such 
> a wonderful musical instrument!
> The best chromatic mouth organ IN THE WORLD...
> God bless Doug Tate!
> A MASTER of the harmonica
> John Walden
> London
> England
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