Subject: [Harp-L] Used Cx-12s Wanted To Buy

And those of us who've long been enamoured of the CX-12's love that you've  
discovered this great instrument, Ryan.<G> 
It's everything that you say and then some. That one-piece slide/button  
--NO gunk on the shell with no twiddly mouthpiece parts to worry  about, in 
fact NO real MP at all; fastest chromatic to dismantle without  tools (look 
Ma, no hands)--which keeps the innards nearly pristine, will  sell you even 
more as time goes on.
MY personal favourite is a Key of A which I tend to play more often than my 
 others (I have them in nearly every key)so at some point you might want to 
try  one of those --'the tone, the tone'! Especially for Smooth Jazz/old 
style  R&B which today is pretty much the same thing, is fabulous: think Otis, 
The  Temps, Smokey Robinson, Sam Cooke.
They DO get cold just like metal Chromatics resulting in curling/sticking  
windsavers, so warming them in cold conditions is still your best bet. We 
have  an ongoing discussion (and a bona-fide Fan Page) devoted to the CX-12  
on Slidemeister which you might want to check out at some point: ( 
Welcome to 'the dark side' <G>
Message: 14
Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2012 15:18:30 -0400
From: Ryan Hartt  <rhartt1234@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [Harp-L] Used Cx-12s Wanted To  Buy
To: <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>

So I got my first CX-12 today  and I LOVE it! I don't know what took me so 
long to try one. They feel great and  sound infinitely better than 270s. 
So if you've got one laying around and  don't play it send it my way.
I'm specifically looking for the keys of  
If you've got a weird one let me know about that one  too.

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