[Harp-L] Re: The "newest" Stradivarius of Harmonicas!

Chris Talbot ctalbot@xxxxx
Fri May 13 11:53:16 EDT 2016

I've been finding it an interesting discussion. Maybe it's an old,
well-worn one to most of you, but not to people like me who are still
fairly new to SPAH and the harp-l list (I think I've been on about a year
or so).


On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 8:12 AM, Robert Coble <robertpcoble at hotmail.com>

> I am absolutely STUNNED at the response to my original email. I was
> focused on the "business model" similarity
> between this offer and previous offers by FBN Harmonicas, Inc. It never
> crossed my demented mind that it would
> resurrect the ancient but perennially "fresh" comb materials debate. I had
> thought that "the science is settled"
> and that a "consensus" had been reached on that subject. Foolish me! The
> monster has come back to life!
> My apology to the Harp-L community: I thought I was sounding a cautionary
> note about buying "pigs in a poke."
> Obviously it is more important to discuss the COMPOSITION of the "pigs"
> (without examination) than to consider
> if there actually are any "pigs" IN the poke.
> Sorry,
> Crazy (from falling off the turnip truck on my head) Bob

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