Re: [Harp-L] Seydel big Six set

The greatest of all small harps is the Puck.  Not much bigger than alittle lady, it is a full working ten hole that I would use onstagewithout worry about bad tone.Michael
On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Timothy Kane <hawkeyekane@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:> I tried one a couple years ago. Wasn't really my cup of tea, and it now sits on my mantle with my collection of antique harps. But I did wind up recommending it to a guy on harmonicaclub who said he was looking for a smaller harp to fit his smaller hands and needed more keys than the Piccolo he had in C.>>>>>                           Hawkeye Kane>                                                                                                  hawkeyekane@xxxxxxxxx>                                                                                                      Cell: (217)-741-7183>                                                                                           >>> ________________________________> From: "philharpn@xxxxxxx" <philharpn@xxxxxxx>> To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 9:11 AM> Subject: [Harp-L] Seydel big Six set>> Anybody tried the new Seydel Big Six harmonica set? Six essential keys but only the first six holes of a 10-hole harmonica. Must have been some demand after Seydel released the C harmonica in a can a few years ago.>>> The idea is that since most people never go higher than hole 6, why put those extra reeds on a harp?

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