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  • Blues Harmonica For Beginners (Even if You Can’t Bend)

    In this lesson, I’m going to teach you how to play Blues harmonica to back up singers and soloists, as well as take an awesome solo. For this lesson, I am playing a C harmonica in 2nd position, so we are playing in the key of G. This lesson assumes that you already know how [&hellip...


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  • “Another Little Walter” – Mark Ford (Playlist)

    “Mark Ford is well known as one of the most creative blues harmonicists of our time. Mark has been playing the clubs since he was 15. He has worked with blues greats Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Brownie McGhee, Albert King, Charlie Musselwhite, and a host of others. Muddy Waters once said that Mark Ford [&hellip...


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  • Top 5 Harmonica Effects (That You’re Probably Not Doing)

    6 overblow and 7 blow simultaneously This effect provides a major second interval which sounds rough and edgy. It’s a nice expression effect. You can do a vibrato on it, you can combine it with 6/7 draw (which is the major 2nd interval also) if you play blues in second position for example. To apply [&hellip...


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  • Harmonica Chords for Beginners

    In this lesson, I’m going to help you learn how to play harmonica chords so that you can accompany a singer or soloist, and I’m also going to show you how to play the cool chord progression riff in the song  I Want Candy. We are using a 10-hole C harmonica. This lesson assumes that [&hellip...


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  • Norton Buffalo (YouTube Video Playlist)

    The late and unbelievably great Norton Buffalo was regarded as one of the most versatile and talented harmonica players in the music business. I first saw him play in a small bar in Aspen, Colorado and it completely blew my mind. Having performed and recorded across nearly every style of music, he has been widely [&hellip...


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