use the country scale and bend hole 3

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Posted by Bill Phelb on September 11, 2002 at 00:11:27:

In Reply to: Jamming with country players posted by A.W. on September 07, 2002 at 20:28:52:

go to the Scales section of this site and take a look at the country scale.

The most important difference between country and blues playing in 2nd position on a diatonica harp is that in blues you mostly bend the 2 and 4 draw holes, but in country, you primarily bend hole 3 draw.

Good luck,
(I'm not a big fan of country music, but it is one of the most fun types of music to play harmonica to.)

: I've been playing a few years now and feel comfortable improvising on blues songs. I'd like to expand out, and be able to improvise with a friend who is now playing more country-style music. Any tips for how to approach this/modify what I'm already doing? Is there a country scale like there's a blues scale?

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