[Harp-L] Seydel releases Tony Eyers Major Cross harmonica
Sun Feb 5 10:56:00 EST 2017
On Sat, Feb 4, 2017 at 5:58 PM, Robert Hale <robert at xxxxx> wrote:
> How will Major Cross compare with Spiral?
> Robert Hale
> Serious Honkage in Arizona
> On Sat, Feb 4, 2017 at 3:26 PM, Tony Eyers <tony at xxxxx> wrote:
> > Around 20 years ago I devised a harmonica tuning for fast bluegrass and
> > Irish tunes, and called it Major Cross. It has Major Scale notes in the
> > second or "cross" position used by most players. Major Cross requires no
> > bending, so fast tunes are much easier to play.
> > While some players have adopted Major Cross, the instruments have been
> > hard to find.
> > Not anymore. Seydel have released a Major Cross model, which is now
> > available "off the shelf".
> > The instrument has a distinctive blue comb. Needless to say, I'm proud to
> > announce my own harmonica model. Check it out at the Seydel Major Cross
> > page below, which has video explanations etc. If the page comes up in
> > German, just hit the red "Switch to English" button.
> > I'm (almost) always the only harmonica player at fast bluegrass and Irish
> > sessions, the Major Cross harmonicas allow me to keep up. Some of you may
> > be joining me soon, now that Major Cross instruments are easily had.
> > http://seydel1847.de/majorcross
> > <http://seydel1847.de/majorcross>
> > ----------
> > Tony Eyers
> > Australia
> > www.HarmonicaAcademy.com
> > everyone plays...
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