Re: [Harp-L] Re: Out of the box harp

I have to agree.  If I had judged Suzuki by the first one I bought years
ago, I would have written them off.  They make some wonderful instruments.
I have had Lee Oskars that went flat while I played them and went sharp
again once they cooled off, especially in the Texas summers.  However, they
make a good instrument that has many fans.  I have one Seydel that just
does not want to keep in pitch, but I have several others that are doing
great.  Seydel makes a good product and has made many interesting
innovations.  The harmonica world would be at a loss without them.
Likewise, the harmonica world would be at a loss without Hohner and their
products.  Judging them by something that happened over a decade ago is a

On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 7:21 AM, Steve Baker <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> "The past ten years have seen far reaching changes in the harmonica
> industry in general, so passing judgement on any manufacturer's products
> today on the basis of what they were like then can be misleading."

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