[Harp-L] Grip covers
Sat Nov 12 17:08:30 EST 2016
Try a spray can of wrinkle/krinkle paint. Many available on the internet.
> On Nov 12, 2016, at 10:18 AM, Richard Hunter <rhunter377 at xxxxx> wrote:
> I said "elegant"...
> On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 2:25 PM, Joseph Leone <3n037 at xxxxx> wrote:
>> You could place a swipe of glue on the lower half of the covers and then
>> sprinkle sand and let set. (I would do it with the covers off. lolol)
>>> On Nov 11, 2016, at 2:12 PM, Richard Hunter <rhunter377 at xxxxx>
>>> HI all,
>>> I'm wondering if anyone has an elegant solution to the problem of the
>>> becoming slippery when one is playing in a warm room, or blowing one's
>>> brains out for an hour or so, either of which tends to make hands sweat
>>> harps slip.
>>> I can of course buy some grip tape, cut it to size, and slap it on my
>>> plates, but it might be nice to have something that looks and feels a
>>> little more built-in, not to mention that I'm not keen on my harps
>>> like very short hockey sticks.
>>> Regards, Richard Hunter
>>> "The Lucky One" 21st century rock harmonica project at
>>> Author, "Jazz Harp" (Oak Publications, NYC)
>>> Latest mp3s and harmonica blog at http://hunterharp.com
>>> Vids at http://www.youtube.com/user/lightninrick
>>> Twitter: @lightninrick
> "The Lucky One" 21st century rock harmonica project at
> Author, "Jazz Harp" (Oak Publications, NYC)
> Latest mp3s and harmonica blog at http://hunterharp.com
> Vids at http://www.youtube.com/user/lightninrick
> Twitter: @lightninrick
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