#1
so my harmonica is getting alot of gunk and crap in the tone holes, i want to get it clean, any ideas? pressurized air? dont think i wanna use water...
#2
NEVER use water unless you've got no other choice.
One solution is to bang your harp against your leg or arm to see if you can get some of the stuff out of the holes. If that doesn't work, then unscrew the cover plates and use a cotton q-tip to get any foreign debris out. If you have a harmonica with nailed-on cover plates (like a Marine Band), then you might just have to hold it under running water. If you do, just be sure to bang it against your arm afterwards and let it dry completely.
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#3
yeah banging it i find will knock out condensation and spit but these are clumps of build up, a q-tip is a pretty good idea, its a honher (screw top) so thats not a problem, cheers firebreath...
#5
Just be careful not to knock the reeds out of alignment when you're inside the harp.
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