2022 seemed to fly by, here we are in the new year already. I just wanted to post something to let everyone know that all is well at Spiers Harmonicas. Right now I’m estimating wait time at about 2 1/2 months, so let me know if you need an awesome new harp. Last summer I […]
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I’ve been extremely busy this year, thank you for your support! My price schedule on new orders and repairs has been updated as of 11-21-21. The old pricing will be honored for orders placed before then. I’ve been running a bit behind schedule as far as projected completion dates. Please understand that some instruments take […]
Time to post a couple thoughts, so you know that I’m still active and taking orders- The last year or so has been pretty interesting for me on a tech-level. My understanding of how reeds vibrate and interact with each other (and the player) is constantly growing, and I’m excited with the results. The nature […]
Yes, if you get a good one, but they aren’t all created equal! Every player who’s paid his dues knows that stock harmonicas can be really great, really bad, but usually fall somewhere in the middle. When you get a great one, oh man…it’s like winning the lottery! There are foundational reasons for this, […]
Breaking a 4 draw once in awhile is just a fact of life when you’re a blues harp player, but we can adjust our playing habits to make them last longer. The following advice is just from my point of view as a mechanic. 4 draw is by far the most common failure I […]
Please be patient with me. Working as a full time harp tech has been great, and I don’t regret it. But sometimes things don’t always go like predicted, and managing time is a challenge. Nothing flaky going on here, and I’m not taking vacations with your deposit money. I have a lot of work […]
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