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HarpLock Magnetic Harmonica Holder

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Gary A
Sep 05, 2012 2:10 PM GMT

I imagine a number of people here may have some interest in a harmonica holder I carry called HarpLock. It holds the harp with a rubber covered magnet and eliminates the need for a rack.

www.harplock.com

I hope you don't consider my post spam. Even if you don't buy one, you still might be interested to know about an alternative to the rack for playing hands-free harmonica .

HarpLock is not for everybody, but If you play harmonica and another instrument simultaneously, you really ought to take a look. HarpLock should be used with a stable mic stand and is designed to fit on a Sure SM 58 or Beta 58 microphone. (More sizes soon.)

It works well and I've posted some of the positive feedback I've received at my website. Still, I can't resist showing you an e-mail I got yesterday. It couldn't have been any more succinct.

Hi Gary,
thank you for the fast shipping to germany.
I installed the HarpLock within seconds on my SM58 and ... holy poop, this thing works perfect for me.
Thank you so much
Greetings from germany
Andreas

Thanks for taking the time to look at this. Again, I'm not trying to be a spammer. I promise not to flood the group with messages about HarpLock, but if you have questions about it, visit the website, send me an e-mail or give me a call.

Sincerely

Gary Applegate

317-782-9948

www.harplock.com



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