[Harp-L] Beginnner rack recommendations

Gary Lehmann gnarlyheman@xxxxx
Wed Sep 18 23:31:45 EDT 2019

I had some good luck by combining two K&M racks--here's the video.

On Wed, Sep 18, 2019 at 5:33 PM Douglas Johnson <dmj at xxxxx> wrote:

> Vern wrote on September 18, in response to my query regarding a
> recommendation for a beginner's neck rack:
> >The holder in question is the Ergonomic Neck Rack or ENR, so named
> >because it has adjustments in four degrees of freedom to hold the
> >harmonica in the exact position desired by the user. [snip]
> Thank you for filling in the details!
> >Although it can accommodate some diatonics, there are a few caveats.
> >[snip]
> Your description of the rack and the particulars of using it with a
> diatonic harp are quite helpful to me. I think that, as a beginner who
> plays only the diatonic harp, I might find this rack to be more than I
> need. But I'll certainly keep it in mind down the line.
> >Mike Easton is setting up to make and market HFCs and ENRs.  I think
> >that he is getting close but he will announce the availability date and
> >price.
> And thanks also for this. I didn't see the racks listed on his website,
> <http://www.harmonicarepair.com/Fathead_Musical_Instruments/Home.html>,
> which Gary Lehmann provided in an earlier message.
> Again, thanks for your detailed reply about this rack.
> --
> Douglas Johnson
> dmj at xxxxx

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