Re: [Harp-L] lee oskar quality slipping???
Yeah.. My C Lee Oskar is about 10 years old and there are a couple of reeds that seem slightly out of tune.
(OK, I have barely played it the past few years because I prefer SP 20s and Bushman, but it has still been a great harp in terms of longevity._
Steve Webb in Minnesota
---- Brad Kava <bradkava@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Had to buy a new Lee Oskar A harmonica. The old one went out of tune.
> even last four years. Big gig on Labor Day Weekend--playing outside
> for a
> friend's party. We get paid with beer and food (and seeing as
> currently I'm
> a tea-totaller--they're getting a good deal). Got a Dan Electro Fab
> Echo for
> a whopping $15.00. I'll send in a review after I've had it for a while.
> FOUR YEARS??? I give that a whopping thumbs up. Most of my A's custom
> or otherwise are lucky if they last four months. Luckily, my customs
> get serviced free by Kinya Pollard. I'd say four years on one A is a
> great product.
> Harp-L is sponsored by SPAH, http://www.spah.org
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