[Harp-L] Harrison rage (The Iceman)
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- Subject: [Harp-L] Harrison rage (The Iceman)
- From: Gregory Jones <mandowhacker@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 18:59:51 -0400
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> my B-Rad is the most responsive instrument I've played - for jazz, melodic
> or blues. Brad set it up for my style of playing as well.
> That might have been the downfall of Harrison Harmonicas. In stead of
being a manufacturer of the best OOTB harp ever made, Brad set out to become
the ultimate customiser. Who else customises harps starting with a piece of
steel flat stock and makes covers????
Had he stuck to manufacturing harps he might have had resourses to fill the
orders in a timely matter. Make a damn good harp and leave the set-up to
the set up men.
Just my, "not really my place to say anything" thoughts.
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