Forum - Banjo Ben Clark

Harmonica Strings

Does anyone know where I can get a new set of strings for my Harmonica. I looked on Hohner’s web site but can’t find any.

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Man! Gander Mountain used to sell those before they went out of business. They were right next to the snipe hunting supplies.

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This what your lookin for ?

https://harmonicas-direct.com/product-category/accessories/reed-plates/

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Do y’all hunt snipes in Texas? We are infested with the pesky critters here in NC.

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They’ve migrated that far north, huh? :smirk:

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Funny you should mention the Snipes, 'cause that’s where I got the Harmonica. It was in a paper bag with a Snipe.

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Ooohhh… now I understand why you’re looking for harmonica strings. Everyone knows snipes tend to bend harmonica strings way too far. Dang thing probably broke every one of them huh?!

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Everyone told me a was an expert Snipe bag handler, they just would tell me where those pesky snipes were and let me hunt for hours in the dark. I guess my reputation scared the snipes off because I never caught one. But they would sure turn up in another patch of woods :rofl:

I haven’t heard reference to snipe hunting in a while…I don’t think that is done much any more. Maybe there needs to be a Snipe Hunting iPhone app. Wait, I think the smart phone already take some people out deep in the woods and causes them to get lost for hours at a time.

I think I am gong to change my smart phone name to SnipeHunter .

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I think they call them Pokemon these days. :laughing:

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Good Point :slight_smile: HA

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I usually buy my harmonica strings from blinkerfluid.com, the same place I buy my snipe rifles and traps, muffler bearings, and elbow grease. It’s kinda like amazon, but for practical things. And they have good prices!

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its not April 1st today is it?

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I know this place. I bought a can of Prop Wash from them.

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I bought a box of assorted sizes of holes. They offer both inch and metric sizes!

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You bought a box of holes ? If you’d said I could have loaned you a spade and you could dug your own gif

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It might be… are you referencing my chrisfix reference?

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This is why I come here. You can’t find this institutional knowledge just anywhere. And by institutional, I mean certifiably nuts. Meanwhile, can someone help me figure out how to collect Exhaust samples for my mechanic to analyze?

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Hi @Brent.H your gonna need one of these.

https://www.sierrainstruments.com/autotest/products/emissions-analytical/exhaust_flow_measurement

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I recommend feeding your car lots of beans before taking the sample. Your mechanic might not thank you, but your comedy career will…

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i’m refering to your muffler bearing and your blinker fluid. I have no idea what chrisfix means :wink:

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