Re: [Harp-L] Saxony slider button
So glad to hear this Ben! Last time I asked Seydel about it a few years back (I detest that button shape!) they acted like no one had ever mentioned it as being uncomfortable before. I was actually hoping for a replacement slider or button, but what you describe sounds reasonable for nowâ.
I did buy some âPlasti Dipâ to try and coat the button, but havenât gotten around to that experiment yet...
> On Apr 4, 2016, at 1:36 AM, Ben Bouman <fitgo@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Daniel
> It is bets to contact Seydel, I know they a nice looking convex shaped sticker that you can glue on the slider button, fits perfect.
> In the US you can contact Rupert Oysler..
> Kindest regards, met vriendelijke groeten
> Ben Bouman
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>> Op 4 apr. 2016, om 10:26 heeft Sheltraw <macaroni9999@xxxxxxxxx> het volgende geschreven:
>> I love the Saxony chromatic except for one thing ... the slider button. It has a concave surface instead of the usual convex surface. I guess if one used their finger tip to push the slider button that could be a good design but I don't. I push the slider with the palm-side surface of my index finger near the second finger joint from the end of my finger. The edge of the concave button causes discomfort in my finger after a bit of playing. This is something that I have never experienced with the usual convex button surface.
>> Does anybody else have this problem and what have you done about it?
>> Sent from my iPhone
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