Re: [Harp-L] New harp setup service (was D harps)
Hi Joe, the new service "levels" sound awesome, with price points for those
of us on a tight budget. Do I send my harp to you at the PO Box address on
the website? Do I include a money order, or do you send a PayPal invoice?
PS if you reply on the list maybe others will benefit from your answer as
On Thursday, February 11, 2016, Joe Spiers <harpwrench@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've recently started offering basic repairs, and performance improvements
> focusing on what matters most instead of relying on full custom harp orders
> alone. I'm looking forward to helping more players with what they need and
> can afford. But that's a two way street. I ask that you chose a service
> from my menu, and just do it. You'll be happy. I only earn money when my
> hands are on a harp, and can't afford to chat about it unless something
> isn't clearly explained.
> New sp20's make for very fine playing harmonicas when the problems are
> fixed, and reeds properly set up. The stock comb works great and definitely
> isn't degrading your 3 draw.
> Here's the link to my service menu, thanks for the bandwidth.
> > On Feb 10, 2016, at 5:39 PM, Steve Webb <swebb@xxxxxxxxxxx
> > I have always disliked D harps, and esp Hohners with the shorter reeds.
> I can never make them play like I want. So, I got some SP20 combs from Blue
> Moon and a new harp. I am going to see what I can do.
> > But the new SP 20 is really not good right out of the box. 3 draw bends
> are murder and the rest of the harp is very unresponsive. I hope this will
> be worth the time and effort and will take any suggestions that would ease
> my pain.
> > Thanks.
> > Steve in Minn.
> > Ps..I know how to gap and emboss and usually am satisfied with my other
> > Sent from my iPad
William Lifford, CP
Progressive O&P, Inc.
1111 Willis Avenue
Albertson, NY 11784
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