Re: [Harp-L] The Forkord Turnaround
That is very nice Arnold, however I think it would take me another five long years to master the new hole pattern and I'm not getting any younger. Good luck with your Forkord!
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On Oct 22, 2011, at 4:56 PM, Arnold Cazemier <a.cazemier@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Good day to you all,
> My name is Arnold Cazemier, I'm from
> Arnhem, The Netherlands.The reason I
> subscribed is that I want to let you
> know about my innovation of the harp
> we all love so much.
> In this video I describe a few of the
> possibilities of the harmonica. It's a
> combination of the lower halves of two
> harps that differ one whole tone.
> Simply put, I sawed them right through
> the middle, and glued the lower parts
> back together. In case of a C and B-flat
> bluesharp that gives you the chords
> B-flat, F(7), C and G(7) with which you
> can play and accompany very many tunes!
> Its name: The Forkord Turnaround.
> I would be pleased if you took a look,
> and let me know what you think about it.
> Kind regards,
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