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Bad Harp Day

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Reed Triller
Feb 04, 2010 3:16 PM GMT

Ever had one of those days when it seems like your mouth,tongue and such are rebelling against you and acting like they have never touched a haro before?

I was playing outside on my lunch break and after work yesterday and I couldn`t even get a decent 4 hole draw bend! I swear I nearly threw my favorite harp across the parking lot!

I`m hoping it is because it was a little cold outside at the time.I have yet to try to play this morning.

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Feb 04, 2010 5:08 PM GMT
BlueMoose Replied:

You get a lunch break? And you can go outside? Sweeet! :)


indentured code jockey whose cubicle has just been moved to the bowels of the building and downsized :(

ain't busted but I'm badly bent

Feb 04, 2010 6:00 PM GMT
BluEyes Replied:

Yes, every single time I play. for some resone when I practice or tape myself I suck big time. When I play at open mic, with a bunch or stone out people I sound great.

abner ( BluEyes, only throw your cheap harp, it feels better )

Feb 05, 2010 2:45 AM GMT
Reed Triller Replied:

Yea I get breaks outside. I don`t even have to stay on work property. I can go anywhere I want and as many smoke breaks whenever I want as long as we are not busy :)

I would not have been so frustrated had it not been for me not being able to do things I was doing in my first week of starting to play.Especially the simple 4 hole draw bend.I think I and/or the harp were just cold.

Today was normal,,,,,,,,,whew!

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