[Harp-L] Tony Eyers Trio with the new Seydel Skydiver Tremolo

Bob Loomis miltloomis@xxxxx
Fri Jun 2 11:49:35 EDT 2017

The Skydiver sounds great, but costs around $130 U.S. where the Hohner Echo Celestes are around $25 each. Guess you have to have the courage and $ of a skydiver to buy a set! 
I've used the Celestes for around six years in the Irish Newsboys and have been very happy with them, FWIW. Have yet to have any problems with them. Just my .02 worth as a longtime cheapskate and lover of inexpensive but good instruments.
Bob LoomisConcord CA 

Tony Eyers wrote:"The tremolo is the most commonly used harmonica in Asia. The Asian 
tremolos have a "dry" tuning, where reed pairs are tuned closely 
together, in contrast to their European cousins, which generally have a 
much "wetter" tuning. Tombo, the Japanese company responsible for the 
Lee Oskar model, are the leading Asian tremolo harmonica manufacturer.
Seydel have now thrown their hat into the ring, releasing a high quality 
Asian style tremolo harmonica, with stainless steel reeds. It's called 
the Skydiver, the Tony Eyers Trio use it here for the tune "Mominette"
You can see us at https://youtu.be/RWr2qusnfu8


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