[Harp-L] Harmo Torpedo overblow harmonica
Tue Aug 1 05:16:09 EDT 2017
Yes for sure.
Don't know where the harp (plates, reeds, comb) comes though
Rick Dempster <rickdempster33 at xxxxx> a écrit :
> I'd assume it's a customised version of an existing brand, be it Hohner,
> Seydel, etc.
> I could be wrong, but it still takes quite an investment to produce your
> own plates and reeds.
> On 1 August 2017 at 18:16, <laurentHarp at xxxxx> wrote:
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: laurentHarp at xxxxx
>> To: David Pearce <harpdog123 at xxxxx>
>> Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2017 09:30:41 +0200
>> Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Harmo Torpedo overblow harmonica
>> Bonjour David
>> I've ordered several things from Harmo.com recently as I plan a review of
>> some of the material (David Herzhaft's Encyclopedia of scales) and of this
>> brand new overblow harp in the next issue of Planet Harmonica.
>> This Torpedo is exactly what it claims to be, a harp setup for overblows.
>> The modifications are real (far more than just gapping).
>> The harp is really airtight, the overblows come easily. Even the overdraws
>> are easy to obtain (which is more difficult in terms of setup). The gaps
>> were a bit low for me (personal taste), so I'm gonna open them a little
>> bit, tune the 5 draw to F# (lydian tuning) and this harp is gonna be my
>> travel harp and follow me everywhere I go.
>> In my opinion, definitely a bang for the bucks.
>> A little disclaimer, I have no affiliation whatsoever with Harmo.com, and
>> I've paid my order the regular price. This feedback is based on the
>> instrument I've received.
>> David Pearce via Harp-L <harp-l at xxxxx> a écrit :
>> I just saw this on youtube. $69.00 for a harmonica set up for overblows?!
>>> Looks very professional. Does anyone know anything about the company and
>>> their harmonicas?
>>> David Pearce
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