Re: [Harp-L] Foam inserts for harp cases?

In my homemade case I used a $2.00 Walmart fishing tackle box that has 6
compartments. I then bought copper pipe insulation for about $3.00. The
insulation comes in various lengths, like 4, 6 ft. Get the right sizing
(which I forget, maybe 1 inch diam.?) Cut the lengths to fit inside the
compartments of the tackle box and they fit perfectly.


On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 3:47 AM, <MundHarp@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Some years ago, I tried to turn an alloy "camera case" into a harp case. At
>  first, it was great. The problem was that the foam degraded in a matter of
> a few  months, and that left "bits" to clog up my harmonicas!
> I guess there must BE some more stable  foam  plastic "sponge"  that
> doesn't do this.
> However, "Once bitten twice shy" and having suffered with harmonicas full
> of bits of plastic foam, I'm wary of using that material again in a harp
> case.
> John "Whiteboy" Walden
> Cebu City
> Philippines

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