[Harp-L] Country-tuned Harp
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- From: "Barry F. Cohen" <kates-cohen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 12:41:20 -0400
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Based on some discussion on The List regarding Country-Tuned Harps for non-country songs (in particular Richard Hunter's comment that he'd take a Country-Tuned C-harp if stuck on a deserted island with only one-harp!), I purchased a SP 20 Country-Tuned C harp and am loving it! Plan to use it on songs like Honky Tonk Women, Route 66, Pride & Joy, and some other 'non-traditional blues' tunes my band does that I've been searching for a better sound on.
Who knew country-tuned wasn't just for country?! Yeeehaaaw!
'Blues with a feelin, that's what I have today.'
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