Re: [Harp-L] Re: Micropore (was Tim Moyer)

I'm wondering <really I'm just thinking out loud>.... how about 00-90
screws through each tine of the 364  comb?

On Saturday, December 7, 2013, Larry Sandy wrote:

> Richard, could I ask what you now use to get a perfect seal?  My "best"
> 364 has micropore and hasn't caused a problem for several months.  However,
> I am concerned it may harbor germs and none of us need that in our lives.
> Thanks,
> Lockjaw Larry
> Breathing Music daily even with germs.
> On Saturday, December 7, 2013 9:22 AM, Richard Hunter <
> turtlehill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <javascript:;>> wrote:
> "HSIS" <hazcon@xxxxxxxxxx <javascript:;>> wrote:
> <I reckon that Micropore did a good job ,went out of favour for some
> reason.?
> I used micropore tape on my Lee Oskars for years, but I don't use it
> anymore.  Blackie Schackner warned in a message to this list that such
> gaskets cause more problems than they solve--in particular, they collect a
> lot of junk that you don't want hanging around your harp, and when you
> remove them they leave residues that make it difficult to get an airtight
> seal between plate and comb unless you use micropore tape again, which
> means more junk in the harp, etc.  In other words, any harp you use
> micropore tape on is subject to a vicious cycle.  Blackie was right.
> Regards, Richard Hunter
> author, "Jazz Harp" (Oak Publications, NYC)
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