Re: [Harp-L] New Electric Harmonica
While I believe that my idea has advantages over other methods of
amplification, I'm not trying to replace existing systems that create
good tone. If you're happy with your rig, that's great. The idea is to
give harmonica players another tool in their gig case. BTW, your RP355
will work just fine with it. I'm using a RP250 for testing purposes and
everything seems to work.
Once I get it into production, if people like it I expect that players
will develop patches and presets for it for Digitech and other
multi-effects devices like Richard Hunter and Jim Antaki have already
done for their gear.
This is a new thing and I have no idea where it will go but I think it
has great potential. The level of encouragement that I've gotten from
both players like Madcat and Carl and from some very respected people in
the electric instrument industry has been a big boost.
On 11/8/2014 9:27 PM, Robert Hale wrote:
On Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 2:24 PM, Ronnie Schreiber
<autothreads@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:autothreads@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
amplifying harmonica with mics is hardly an ideal solution.
Feedback and impedance issues limit volume and tone.
I moved from bullets and amps, to Fireball V and RP355. No impedance
mis-match or feedback problems here. Have you met Richard Hunter?
Serious Honkage in Arizona
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