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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 6:14 pm 
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And Jean Sabot is an excellent fellow whom I've met several times, a real can-do sort of fellow (and a magnificent and knowledgeable player of Irish), and his suggested retuning for Irish is very good indeed. You have to be pretty good at retuning to do it, though... :boggle:

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SteveShaw wrote:
Whoa, don't remove the windsavers! You'll make your harp as leaky as a sieve. Also, you don't need to remove windsavers in order to bend notes! Valved bends are just as possible as unvalved ones, though the principle is different. Half-valved diatonics are half-valved precisely to permit note-bending.


Hey Steve, i've already remove the windsavers :lol:
In fact i play on half-valved chromatic, and i have one without any valve. It's ok, i've made some gapping and the harps play well.

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