Harp Commander (original)

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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby brianp » Tue May 09, 2006 7:03 am

If anyone is still interested I will let the HC1 go for $160 shipped. After that I'll put her on ebay. Let me know if you have any questions.

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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby hashtaff » Tue May 09, 2006 9:55 pm

I used to use a Green bullet into Denelectro BLT to
Commander into a Fender Pro Jr


You are quite right .....I got this arse-backwards.
The green bullet goes direct into the commander and output from commander goes to the Fender via the BLT. (I remember checking this with Ron at the time) sorry if this caused any confusedness ;)

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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby dblues » Wed May 10, 2006 12:54 am

Glad it arrived safe and sound Jeff
You gotta mess around with it some to find the best settings for your set up. Seems each amp and mic set up I tried it on required something a bit different.
I recommend not using the delay at all if going to the PA, well that is if the PA has it's own effects.
I actually liked it better with no delay pedal on the amp too.
But if you use one, yes use it after the commander.

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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby jeffl » Wed May 10, 2006 10:42 am

>
>Glad it arrived safe and sound Jeff
>You gotta mess around with it some to find the best settings
>for your set up. Seems each amp and mic set up I tried it on
>required something a bit different.
>I recommend not using the delay at all if going to the PA,
>well that is if the PA has it's own effects.
>I actually liked it better with no delay pedal on the amp
>too.
>But if you use one, yes use it after the commander.
>
>dblues
I don't anticipate using it much with a delay; I'm looking at it as a compact amp,and if I gotta haul other effects and chords,it's really defeating my purpose.
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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby bosco » Wed May 10, 2006 11:32 am

feels kinda like doin' a drug deal...

and just how would you know what that feels like Bubba?

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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby jeffl » Wed May 10, 2006 12:19 pm

>feels kinda like doin' a drug deal...
>
>and just how would you know what that feels like
>Bubba?
>
>:P
I watch TV. One time unloadin' for a gig downtown I lost my car keys and remote; about 3 days later I got a call from a guy who had found 'em (they had my dealership's name and # on 'em). I drove down to meet the guy at an old flea bag hotel and he walks up to my driver's window. He was real messed up lookin' (like me,in the mornin') with a scraggly beard,long hair,old clothes,etc. I rolled down the window to give him a $20 bill as a reward (the remote was worth $85,plus programming costs) ,and before he took it I saw him look up and down the street both ways. I 'bout spit up. I thought,"Now there's a guy who's done a few deals."
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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby dblues » Wed May 10, 2006 12:48 pm

Sounds like you are lucky to be alive or at least still in possession of your vehicle!

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RE: Harp Commander (original)

Postby jeffl » Thu May 11, 2006 7:20 pm

I've always been lucky when it comes to contact with potentially dangerous folks. I'm one of those "consensus builder" types who helps parties reconcile. I'm a peacemaker with a chip on his shoulder. I'm short (5'6",200 pounds),and I grew up surviving scrapes with other peoples knives. I've walked into alleys full of Jamaican gang bangers and shot hoops and made friends. I've always gotten along with everybody. Big guys have never killed me,'cuz I fought hard. They like me.
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