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Titanium Harmonica Comb and the Vermont Maple Wood Comb
For more than 37 years, professional harmonica player Mark LaVoie has been on a quest for the "Biggest" tone. About 12 years ago, he had the opportunity to experiment with a series of harmonica combs made from several different metals.
When he played the harmonica containing a titanium metal comb, he knew he had found what he was looking for: the cleanest, clearest, biggest tone he had ever produced...
the "Holy Grail" of harmonica sound.
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The Holy Grail is precision wire electron discharge machined of pure titanium, one of the strongest and lightest metals known to man. For the consummate professional or serious amateur harmonica player, this comb produces a truly awesome presence.
Mark's latest development for the diehard wood comb players -
The Vermont Maple Wood Comb
|For those who insist on
the warmer tone of wood, Mark continued his research to produce a Vermont Maple Hard
Wood comb of unsurpassed quality.
Laser-Cut and sealed with pure beeswax, Mark personally hand-tweaks the leading edge for the ultimate reed plate alignment.
|Note that the Laser Cutting hardens and seals the inner comb structure, for minimum moisture absorption. The Pure Vermont Beeswax finishing coat is heat-cleaned to further seal the comb. The LaVoie Vermont Maple Wood Comb will hold it's beautiful tone from the first note to the standing ovation!|
of the Fabulous Thunderbirds,
Tuning and reed adjustment on the following 10 hole Diatonic harmonicas:
I do not adjust reeds for overblows.
Price per Harmonica $25.00
Send Mark an
NOTE: Due to health concerns,
harmonicas are not returnable for credit or exchange.
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