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  • 8 Awesome Harp Riffs (from Popular Songs)

    Love Me Do Love me do is a first Beatles single, released in 1964 and peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the States. Harmonica was played by John Lennon, he starts off with a simple mixolydian riff which is followed by a riff that contains unbended notes that are out of C harmonica Richter tuning, [&hellip...


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  • How to Play a 12 Bar Shuffle (Big Walter Horton Style!)

    British blues harp star Will Wilde shows you how to play a 12 bar shuffle in the style of Big Walter Horton’s “Walter’s Boogie”. (And if you’re looking for more lessons from Will check out Breakthrough Blues which includes a killer 1 hour masterclass from the main man)...


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  • Wanna come to a Harmonica Retreat in Hawaii with JP?

    YES! Because the other retreats sold out so fast, I’ll be hosting an additional 5-day harmonica retreat at my home in Kauai for beginning and intermediate-level harmonica players. I’m limiting this retreat to only 12 harmonica students so I can get to know you and personally help you with your biggest harmonica challenges...


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  • All About That Bass Harmonica Cover (With Tab)

    This is a fun and cool song. I chose to play it in 2nd position, which requires overbends, because you’re going to play in natural major (somewhere with the b3 though). I use the wah-wah effects here, bending overbends, and doing vibrato on them, imitating vibrato on exhale, playing intervals and doing vibrato on them [&hellip...


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