[Harp-L] Re: melodica

Hi Paul, great to have you on the forum. ÂI don't post much but try to keep up with the posts. ÂLove your work and caught you live at Amanda's Rollercoaster. ÂCan't wait for your new cd. Â"Bet on the Blues" is a great cd, especially with the Little Walter story you narrate. ÂLove the gospel tunes you mix in and the jazz as well. ÂFor anyone reading this, Paul's stuff is all top notch--buy his cd's.
Not sure if this would be what you're looking for, but I was helping Danny Moore (the piano player for Reverend Raven and the Chain-smoking Altar Boys) haul his gear into a venue in Madison, WI recently. ÂHe was going on and on about a Leslie simulator pedal he's been using. ÂSure sounded good with his keyboard that night. ÂFrom your post I wasn't sure if you were looking for a pedal that could reproduce a hammond b2 sound or a pedal that did exactly what you described with the double reed effect. ÂHere it is, maybe it is what you're looking for, maybe not:

Paul Sabel

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Sent: Friday, December 11, 2015 10:13 AM
Subject: [Harp-L] Melodica

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 36Â 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

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