#1
Hey..

not sure if this is the right place again, seems to be a sensitive topic, but i got the answer here last time and don't know where else to put this one, so apologies in advance if so..cheers

anyways..

there is harmonica at the beginning and end of the following song (you tube link) so I was just wondering if anyone could tell me what key the harp is in, would be much appreciated...also i have most of the chords for the song but if anyone wanted to throw anything in that would be great too

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjWj-Dyv8HU

thanks again...
#2
I imagine being Asian would make "harp help" quite a mouthful.

I don't have anything to offer as help, but take this post as a bump for your cause.

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#3
This thread is much better suited to Musician Talk.

What are the chords?
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#5
I looked at the tab and this video

The chords are G#m, E, C#m (and a B in parts).

The songs seems to be in G#m, so you can use the relative major, B.

I would get a B harmonica.

But don't blame me if it doesn't work out.
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#7
Who can say 'Harp Help' five times fast?
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#8
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as far as I'm concerned...the key is always the first chord.


Actually no. The key is the tonal center, ie, wherever the chords resolve to. It has nothing to do with what the first chord is.
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