#1
Can someone give me a breif explanation of some basics of harmonica theory? For example, what exactly does it mean when we say that a harmonica is in the key of C? Does that mean that blowing into each hole in order will produce a C major scale? Can any harmonica play in any key? I read somewhere that a C harmonica is used to play blues in G. Why is that?
#2
Just blow.
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#3
blowing will produce a major triad. inhaling will produce scalar notes. Playing in G means you will be playing the Dorian mode. It's called cross harping.
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blowing will produce a major triad. inhaling will produce scalar notes. Playing in G means you will be playing the Dorian mode. It's called cross harping.

why is the dorian mode blues?
#9
Blowing into the holes play a C for the first hole, then E and then G. After this it just repeats CEGCEGCEGC. This is the major triad for C.

When drawing, starting from 1 to 10 you get these notes: DGBDFABDFA

If you know the notes on a guitar, try to transpose riffs on the harmonica.

Hope it helps.
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