[Harp-L] Re: Melodica

Ive been recording since 1965 and i am still making records new  one coming
out in spring 2016 last one "bet on the blues" had me playing round
midnight on the bass harmonica  very cool cd

On Friday, December 11, 2015, James <jameshoskinz@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> He's still makin great records, wells discs I suppose.
> On 12/11/2015 6:09 PM, Rick Dempster wrote:
>> How many 'Paul Oschers' are there? Might I have you on a record from at
>> least forty years back, Paul?
>> RD
>> On 12 December 2015 at 02:13, Paul Oscher <poblues581@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi everybody this is Paul Oscher im new on this harpL just read you
>>> melodica post . I now play a hammond suzuki melodica. I liked the hohner
>>> 36
>>> melodica but t he mic would pick up the click sound of the keys .i
>>> used  the original hohner pickup customised with three crytal mics
>>> equidistant on pick . The new suzuki hammond melodica has a few more keys
>>> 44 keys and the mic is built in .but the are a little small compared with
>>> hohner 36  the coolest thing done with a melodica is to play it through a
>>> leslie speaker its sound like hammond B2 i really like jean babtiste idea
>>> of the growel and triple tounging ive never tried that- just vibrato
>>> which
>>> actually sounds more like tremelo what i would really would like for the
>>> melodica is a pedal so it would sound an accordion in musette tuning (
>>> cajun style tuning) double reed efect one tuned 440 the other 445 im
>>> shure
>>> that technology is there ie octave/ harmonizer pedal but i need someone
>>> to
>>> make it is for me i use wireless connection for melodica so you can
>>> walkaround  its a very cool instrument Muddys called it a piano harp This
>>> is my first post so im not sure if i did right i wanted it to be part of
>>> the melodica post please advise on this

Paul Oscher "nothin'but the blues"

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