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Thread: Chromatic Harmonica Collection for Concert Ukulele - Crazy?

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    Default Chromatic Harmonica Collection for Concert Ukulele - Crazy?

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    I’m thinking now might be an interesting time to expand on Lenny’s Pen Collection idea, so here goes ...
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    Ah ha! I couldn't figure out how harmonicas could be for concert ukuleles. Now I understand. [lightbulb]

    Quite a collection Dan. Must have taken a while to amass. GLWS
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    In the middle of a virus outbreak, you may need to discuss sanitising?

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    Wow, who knew harmonicas could be so expensive! Certainly not me. I thought $75.00 for a blues harp was expensive. Good luck, I hope you can trade those for a real nice uke!
    John

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    Sorry for asking a leading question to help you. Maybe you could explain what machine cleaning and sanitising you have done in some more detail for people who don't know what you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danersen View Post
    Iím thinking now might be an interesting time to expand on Lennyís Pen Collection idea, so here goes ...


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    Great to see this Dan. It worked before for me and I am now in discussions with someone about it. I hope it gets done.

    Best of luck with yours.

    Lenny..

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    The title drew me in, but the prices shut me down. I'll have to stick to my 7 Lee Oscar diatonics.


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    Great collection of harmonicas, having a UV cleaner is quite unusual, (these are often used by repair technicians to sanitize), so these should be perfectly safe, especially as the sanitizer is to be included.

    I have a reasonable collection of harmonicas myself, & there are some top notch instruments included in this collection.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    I hope you didn't put a chromatic harmonica in an ultrasoinc cleaner unless you replaced the windsavers after. BTW: You didn't list the keys of the harps.

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    There are chromatics in various keys available, mainly 12 hole, but I would expect all to be key of 'C', unless otherwise stated.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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