If you're in the market for a good harmonica microphone--and who isn't?--you might want to check out one or more of the following harp mic suppliers. Before you do, though, you'll want to download the FREE comprehensive introduction to the subject written by Greg Heumann of BlowsMeAway Productions. Here's the link: www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/101745351-all-about-harmonica-microphones-pdf
DELUXE VINTAGE HARP MICS is the brainchild of my good friend Ron Sunshine. Ron and I were both street musicians in Paris and NYC during the 1980s and early 1990s; by the mid-1990s, Ron was fronting two groups, Full Swing and The Smoking Section. These days he's the king of the hill in New York's swing dance scene: a bandleader who blows harp and can really carry a tune. His sideline is vintage harmonica mics, and he's just about cornered the market there. Start with him:
You might also want to take a look at Fat Bottom Harp Mics, operated by master customizer/repairer Chuck Gurney. Lots of major league harp guys--including Kim Wilson, Curtis Salgado, Rod Piazza, Rick Estrin, and Sugar Ray Norcia--endorse Fat Bottom.
BlowsMeAway Productions, hosted by Greg Heumann, offers some pretty nifty hand-crafted harp mics, too, along with wireless systems, cables, repairs and an innovative in-line volume control an innovative in-line volume control used by a long list of pros.
Dennis Gruenling, one of the greatest living blues harp players, also happens to have a remarkable collection of harp mics from the classic era; he restores and sells them, and you really need to check out his stuff.