Re: A TRANSITION FROM diatonic to chromatic --- problematic?


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Posted by Jimi on April 02, 2002 at 21:16:36:

In Reply to: Re: A TRANSITION FROM diatonic to chromatic --- problematic? posted by Jay on April 02, 2002 at 15:14:51:

: :I am going thru the same interest. I don't see
: a problem with me as i love the 10 harp. I also
: like to play melody and thats why soon i will buy
: my first chromatic. I own 40 hole comet octive
: harp and a 6 reel tremolo harp, so i don't see how
: you will not be able to play both. They play a little
: different, but as i play by ear i can play each of these
: and the more i practice on the blues harp, the easily
: the other harps are getting. I have never recorded
: myself yet except once with the tremolo reel set, and
: it sounded great. I only wish i was playing in a band.

The chrom is for chording and single note playing it can be as different as George Smith and Toots Theilman in style. Most blues folks just play in Dm and dont fiddle with the button. Do that as a starter.

Jimi Catfish Day




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