Posted by Jim on January 31, 2001 at 14:34:52:
In Reply to: Re: you'll probably think this is a dumb question, but i need an answer... posted by randy on January 30, 2001 at 10:25:04:
James Cotton played with the low notes on the right side....as I do. I just started that way 20 years ago and have kept it.
: I don't think it matters if you're R or L handed. It matters where you are comfortable with having the low notes. I prefer them on the L side of my mouth. Most folks play this. There was one person I knew of that played with low notes on the R side of his mouth. Seems like Jimmy Reed but I don't think it was him. Play it how you like it. Otherwise you won't play it. That goes for what you play also.
: : there arent numbers on my harp, so should the low notes be by my right hand or left hand?
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