Submitted by Andrew on Sun, 07/16/2017 - 12:51
Shim stock is very useful to have on hand. Use it to de-burr after over-embossing or for measuring air leaks.
I tried sheets of tempered shim stock but ran into trouble. I can't cut small pieces easily without crumpling the edges and that defeats the purpose!
Submitted by Andrew on Sat, 05/20/2017 - 20:25
Grobet USA, Made in Italy, Swiss pattern file.
0-Cut is right on the margin between coarse and fine. It's perfect for removing brass with a light touch. It's coarse enough to have power but doesn't leave scratches and tracks on the reed.
Warding shape: Like a flat triangle with teeth on every side.
Raise or lower the pitch of a reed with the reed plate on or off the comb.
This file works on Brass, Stainless Steel and Phosphor Bronze reeds.
Submitted by Andrew on Thu, 01/19/2017 - 08:42
- These have a nice and aggressive high tack adhesive.
- They measure 0.3" X 0.5" (Regular) or 0.22" X 0.75" (Stout)
- This is a set of 24 stickers.
- They are available in flat and bubble (dome) type.
- Two shapes are available: Regular or Stout. Both have the exact same surface area for great contact. Stout labels fit nicely on harps with thin combs.
Submitted by Andrew on Wed, 07/06/2016 - 05:14
Keep these handy and you will never have to go looking around on your hands and knees for a renegade screw.
This pack contains every possible replacement screw you could need when working on the most popular diatonic harps.
This is an assortment of harmonica screws for Hohner, Seydel, Suzuki and Lee Oskar
Submitted by Andrew on Tue, 09/22/2015 - 19:51
Use this tap for reed replacement.
A pilot hole for this tap can be drilled with a 3/64" drill bit - that's a commonly-available drill bit in the US and Canada. In most cases, the rivet hole is already the perfect size and no further drilling is needed.
To use this tap, I recommend you use a tap handle or a pin vise. A handle is not provided with this item and is sold separately.