Re: [Harp-L] Issue with Bushman Delta Frost case

Not defective. It's the way they are. You can always cut a piece of cardboard to put in there to fill the space.
Steve Webb in MN.

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On Jul 16, 2012, at 10:29 AM, William Krueger <smaerd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello all.
> I've got a questing regarding a Bushman Delta Frost D I picked up a few
> weeks back:
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> The short version: I like this harmonica, but the case is too large for the
> actual harp.  It rattles around in case.  Did I get a bad case?  Anyone
> else have this issue?
> ----------
> The verbose version:
> I should say that this is only my third harp.  The first two have been a
> cheapo Hohner Bluesband C (which served me well.. but you get what you pay
> for), and a Hohner Golden Melody C.  The Golden Melody came in a case that
> was form-fit to the harp: I can shake the case and the harp barely moves
> inside of it.  Looking online at other harmonica brands/cases... it looks
> like this is somewhat typical (but I don't know first hand... so I'm not
> here accusing Bushman of selling lousy harps or anything).
> The Bushman Delta Frost D I bought a few weeks ago has WAY too much space
> in the case.  It has about an extra quarter inch of space.  When I bought
> the harp, it came with a little Bushman flyer wrapped around the harp...
> and it was tight with this flyer in the case.  Now, I've taken to folding
> up a paper towel and leaving that in the case so that the harp doesn't
> rattle around when I leave it in my pocket.
> So, did I get a defective case?  Is this actually a typical harmonica case
> and I should stop my whining about it?
> What says the mighty Harp-L?
> Thanks,
> William Krueger

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