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Shared on April 6, 2019 at 7:04 am

Blues harmonica, let’s get back to the root of harmonicas

If you are in love with harmonicas, and you are getting better at it, your next step is to play those blues sounds that are so dear to the harmonica folklore. Basically, once you learn how to play the harmonica notes, you should be able to play blues. Playing with a bluesy tone is not difficult, but you’ll need a higher performing instrument. It is true that chromatic harmonicas have a side button, which can be adjusted to enable the 12 keys, but for beginners, starting with the 12 keys is gone be difficult, because they are considered more difficult to master. Harmonicaland displays 8 harmonicas in their blues section https://harmonicaland.com/en/10-blues-harmonicas, most of them are 10-hole diatonic models that feature about 20 reeds. The online shop carries Harmo, Seydel, and Hohner, if you are looking for a good harmonica that produces the best sound for Jazz, you might find the perfect one at Harmonicaland.