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Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson where I’ll be showing you a clip of Roly Platt’s seminar over at Tomlin Harmonica School. It’s all about Paul Butterfield and how to sound like him. Complete Beginner?? Join my FREE 4 Week Blues Harmonica Foundation eCourse by clicking here. Harmonica School Serious about … Continue reading Inside Paul Butterfield – Essential Techniques with Roly Platt
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Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson where I’ll be talking about the importance of getting feedback. It’s a lot of fun to buy new harmonicas and watch a ton of YouTube lessons but having a mentor is the one thing that will really help you to get better at harmonica. Complete … Continue reading The Importance of Getting Feedback
The Harmonica Company Special 20 Versus Rocket Hohner has a rather bewildering array of harmonicas in its range, many of which seem remarkably similar to each other. In this post we’re going to look at the Hohner Rocket, and the Special 20; both harmonicas that are ostensibly very similar and seem to occupy the same … Continue reading Special 20 Versus Rocket
The Harmonica Company Top 10 Diatonic Harmonicas 10 hole diatonic harps are the most popular type of harmonica, and can be used to play a wide variety of musical genres, from jazz, through to folk and rock. Here, in no particular order, is our top 10: 1. Hohner Special 20 This is the harmonica that … Continue reading Top 10 Diatonic Harmonicas
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson where I’ll be showing you a clip from Todd Parrott’s recent guest seminar about Country Harmonica over at Tomlin Harmonica School. In this video, you’ll learn some Charlie McCoy tricks. Todd Parrott Check out Todd Parrott’s stuff by clicking here. Complete Beginner?? Join my FREE … Continue reading Introduction to Country Harmonica
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons I don’t like to promote my Online Harmonica School too much but I am very excited about a whole chunk of curriculum that I have just completed. You can now get access to my Complete Beginners Harmonica Lessons. Find out more here by clicking here. Harmonica School Serious about improving on harmonica? … Continue reading Complete Beginners Harmonica Lessons
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson where I’ll be answering a question I get asked all the time – Am I too old to learn harmonica? The quick answer is no but I know you want to hear from older students to know the truth so that’s why I made this … Continue reading Too OLD to Learn Harmonica??
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson where I’ll be showing you a clip from Joe Filisko’s “Introduction to Train and Fox Chase Harmonica” seminar over at Tomlin Harmonica School. Joe Filisko Check out Joe Filisko’s website by clicking here. Complete Beginner?? Join my FREE 4 Week Blues Harmonica Foundation eCourse by … Continue reading Train and Fox Chase Harmonica with Joe Filisko
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson, where I will be answering one of the most important questions – Do you need to hold your harmonica in your left hand? Complete Beginner?? Join my FREE 4 Week Blues Harmonica Foundation eCourse by clicking here. Harmonica School Serious about improving on harmonica? Check … Continue reading Do you need to hold your harmonica in your left hand?
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson, where I will be answering one of the most asked questions – what key harmonica to buy after you buy a C harmonica? I’ll be giving you some ideas for your next harmonica. 6 Harmonicas Every Player Needs Click here to watch the lesson. Complete … Continue reading Your Next Harmonica…
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson, where I will be showing you Blues Harmonica Comping. It is a very cool technique which I’m going to show you how to do on a C harmonica in this beginner’s blues harmonica lesson. Download lesson resources here 12 Bar Blues Number 10 Lick 1 … Continue reading Blues Harmonica Comping
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson, where I will be showing you a secret for instant blues harmonica! You will need a C harmonica. Download lesson resources here Lick 1 Lick 1 with Backing Track https://tomlinharmonicalessons.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/26075956/12-Bar-Blues-Warble-Practice-Lick-1-With-Backing-Track.mp3 Lick 2 Lick 2 with Backing Track https://tomlinharmonicalessons.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/26075950/12-Bar-Blues-Warble-Practice-Lick-2-With-Backing-Track.mp3 Lick 3 Lick 3 with Backing Track … Continue reading Instant Blues Harmonica
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- Inside Paul Butterfield – Essential Techniques with Roly Platt
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- Too OLD to Learn Harmonica??
- Train and Fox Chase Harmonica with Joe Filisko
- Do you need to hold your harmonica in your left hand?
- Your Next Harmonica…
- Blues Harmonica Comping
- Instant Blues Harmonica
- Slow Blues Harmonica with Adam Gussow
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