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  • Harmonica Tutorial: Mellow Down Easy by Little Walter

    Hi everybody! In this tutorial I made a big accent on the sound and the nuances Little Walter uses. Here we go through the intro which is a repeated pattern and the solo. The tabs for it are down below. Here’s the tabs for Mellow Down Easy, how it is on the record. In another [&hellip...


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  • The Top 7 Reasons People Quit Playing an Instrument

    WHY WE GIVE UP SO EASILY… The top seven reasons people stop taking lessons or playing an instrument There are a million reasons why people start something and don’t follow through, whether that something is following a diet, getting a degree, or accumulating wealth. When it comes to learning how to play a musical instrument, [&hellip...


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  • Carlos del Junco, Jazz-Blues Harmonica Fusion

    Carlos del Junco is an international multiple-award-winning Cuban-Canadian harmonica player. He plays chromatically on a 10-hole diatonic with his high-energy styled overblow technique fusing together blues with jazz and ton of other styles. He has played all the major jazz and blues festivals across Canada and the U.S. and has opened for major acts including [&hellip...


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  • U Blocking: The Redheaded Stepchild of Harmonica Embouchures

    You will see people on forums very dogmatically declaring that tongue blocking is the only correct way to play the harmonica. Then you will have someone send a video of them playing in the pucker style sounding like a pro! The tongue blocker will then explain how much BETTER he would sound if only he [&hellip...


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  • Les Stroud aka Survivorman: Harmonica Player of The Month

    Ask Les Stroud about his early years and he’ll tell you that his was a “white bread” childhood, which is to say, uneventful: the same old same old. Nothing that would tell you that he would ever go anywhere, be anything, or do anything that would make him stand out in a crowd. He grew [&hellip...


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  • This is Why Little Walter is the King of Blues

    Here’s a loose quote by John “Juke” Logan, harp player for the television shows Roseanne and My Name is Earl as well as a fine songwriter, singer and bandleader in his own right, RIP. “There are two kinds of harmonica players, those who have joined the Little Walter sweepstakes and the rest of us.” What [&hellip...


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