Category: Blog Entry

Custom case for Suzuki SBD-39 Slider Bass

I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to build a custom case for a Suzuki SBD-39 Double Bass harmonica that has been modified using Brendan Power’s Slider-Bass mouthpiece/slider adapter by orchestral harmonicist and harmonica repair specialist, George Miklas. The case is special in its Western “basketweave” stamp embossing treatment, custom tooled logo and an “antique” […]

HarpSlinger Harmonica Belt

I am fortunate to have been given the opportunity to build a custom harmonica belt for a well-known harmonica player. He asked for a harmonica belt in the style of an old-west gunslinger’s pistol belt. I pointed him at some online resources to help him decide on specific embellishments. He liked the “Ranger” style belt […]

Basic Bandolero

I’m pleased to announce the introduction of my new Basic Bandolero. It features up to 7 pouches that fit most known diatonic harmonicas, holding them securely in an upright position.  Each one is custom-fit to the particular client’s body size via PDF printouts of the pouch section exchanged via email. and attached to a client-supplied ribbon or […]

News Flash — Rockin’ Ron’s adds SilverWing Cases

I’m very excited to announce that the top internet supplier of professional harmonicas, tools and accessories, Rockin’ Ron’s, has added my Softy Single and Double and Compact-7 and Compact-14 cases for diatonic harmonicas to their line of fine products. Rockin’ Ron’s Music Ron offers legendary pricing and service and I am honored to be among […]

Compact 14, an economical hybrid leather/plastic case for diatonics

After the positive reception for my new Compact 7 case for diatonic harmonicas ( the natural next step was a case of similar construction and attributes that would carry a set of 14 harps. Consisting of two of my unique Kydex thermoplastic divider inserts with a separator all enclosed in a leather case, this is […]

New Compact Multi-diatonic Case

When I first started making leather harmonica accessories, I knew my first big challenge was making a line of cases meant to hold 6 or 7 diatonics. That turned out to be a greater challenge than I initially imagined. My hat is off to Jeffrey Spoor of the now defunct Cumberland Leather Company for his skills and […]