[Harp-L] Magnets

Ken H in Ohio airmojoken@xxxxx
Thu Jan 30 10:05:56 EST 2020

K&J Magnetics are a great source for magnets !

I have bought several very small powerful magnets to use on a few jaw harps
that I have & play.

The jaw harps have a steel plinking trigger with a circular end on them
with an opening that
allows you to insert a magnet inside, that will lower the pitch of the jaw

Love my Glazyrin Phantom that comes with a circular ball magnet that will
change the pitch from C to G.
I bought small magnetic cylinders of different lengths (and hence weights)
so I can get keys of F, E, D, and Low C.

Keep on harpin' in as many ways as you can !

Ken H in OH

On Thu, Jan 30, 2020 at 6:14 AM Ronnie Schreiber <autothreads at xxxxx>

> On 1/29/2020 5:41 PM, harp-l-request at xxxxx wrote:
> > I suppose suitable magnets could be found but as mine are all
> 'liberated' from electronics
> K&J Magnetics is a very good source for magnets and all of their magnets
> have a listed pull strength if you're trying to fine tune the amount of
> attraction (or repulsion). As a matter of fact I just ordered some
> neodymiums from J&J for the latest revision of the Harmonicaster
> electric harmonica.
> Ronnie Schreiber
> The Electric Harmonica Co.

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