Re: [Harp-L] Chromatic Repair
I very recently got my concert grade (read: VALUABLE) chromatic back from one Mssr. Gary Lehmann of SanD, Cal. Now normally one would hesitate to send a chromo worth a couple thou to ANYone without some trepidation(s). It was a total re-do job..tuning wise. I gleefully played it last night on a couple ballads. Sweet sweet sweet, and while I'm not known as a sweet player, it was sweet. Bravo SanD Mann.
smokey-joe (did I mention it was sweet?)
On Dec 3, 2012, at 5:08 AM, David Payne wrote:
> It is so close to a 280, there is no legitimate reason they can't repair it.
> Winslow wrote:
> "Just for some perspective, the Chromonika III dates from 1955 and earlier - before there was such a thing as an Edsel. And no car manufacturer maintains a parts inventory for
> 60-year old cars."
> Yes, but, there aren't any auto companies who are making cars 60 years later without changing a single part except the frame.
> David Payne
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