[Harp-L] Harmonicaster site now legible

Sébastien Frémal sebastien.fremal@xxxxx
Tue Jul 18 01:57:24 EDT 2017

Hi ! I'm a jazz player and I often open my harp to gap reeds. I didn't see
how the pickups are put on the harp. Is it still possible to gap reeds and
put some polish to avoid squealing (particularly necessary with Seydel) ?
Do you plan to use Hohner as base model ? Will you sell amplifying system
separately or is it "merged" with the harp ? Do you have a price estimation
of the Harmonicaster ? I read that, in february, you were planning to use
20 45€ pickups, is it still the case ?

Thank you for your answer :)


Le 17 juil. 2017 1:42 PM, "Ronnie Schreiber" <autothreads at xxxxx> a
écrit :

> I got rid of the background image and that made things much easier to read.
> Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Harmonicaster Demo Video with Carl Caballero
>> Message-ID:
>>         <CAMLFfH7Bs3m6jbDpsSm1JSVCjxd_zukbRhG_B36f3WzStpvCLA at xxxxx
>> ail.com>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
>> It has probably been suggested, that small black text is hard to read
>> scrolling over fixed contrasting backgrounds. I could only read it by
>> CONTROL+A to highlight all.
>> >From the description, reeds are magnetically amplified? What would be the
>> advantage of this method?
> It has a very cool native electric tone, it's compatible with any pedal or
> effects device that will work with a guitar or bass, it can play as loud as
> your amp will go and it won't feedback unless you want it to.
> Robert Hale
>> Serious Honkage in Arizona
>> youtube.com/DUKEofWAIL
>> DUKEofWAIL.com

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