[Harp-L] 1. Re: slide lubricant (Vern)
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- Subject: [Harp-L] 1. Re: slide lubricant (Vern)
- From: Randy Pugmeister <pugmeister@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2012 22:28:31 -0800
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I have followed Dave Gage's, HarmonicaLessions.com, advice I put a few
drops of tab water on the slide of my 270 before playing. This 'un-sticks'
After playing, I lay the harp, front side down, some place where I will
notice it. Then every 10-15 minutes I tap the slide once or twice. Once
the harp has dried, or when I remember, I put it away. This has worked
well for me.
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