Re: [Harp-L] Which Seydel Blues Harp?
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- Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Which Seydel Blues Harp?
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- Date: Sat, 4 Jul 2015 14:37:39 -0400
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I got a Yongberg D2 which utilizes Syedel's session steel reeds. It is my
favorite go to harp. I got the sea blue color plates and it is very
ergonomical to hold. Check them out. I'm not a seller or endorser...just a
Blues Girl Phyllis
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In a message dated 7/4/2015 12:00:06 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
My choice of Seydel diatonic would be the Session Steel. It comes in a
variety of keys and special tunings if required. The factory has special
offers on them from time to time.
The Session Steel has the Seydel stainless steel reeds and a plastic comb.
I have a few which were supplied by the well known Dutch player and
customiser Ben Bouman. I have had no problems with them.
If you prefer wooden combs and are prepared to spend a few bob/bucks more
you could "up" to the Seydel 1847 which was the original ten hole to be
supplied with the stainless steel reeds.
Aongus Mac Cana
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