#1
Does anyone here have any pointers/help for someone who basically sucks at the harmonica. Im a bass/guitar/piano player, but i've got a summer job in a parking booth...yay. seeing as i can't bring guitar to the booth, i thought id take up the harmonica. anyhelp is welcomed.

thanks
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#3
YOu just have to improvise, Play along to some blues or listen to some Tom petty stuff,
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#4
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YOu just have to improvise, Play along to some blues or listen to some Tom petty stuff,


I think he wants technique tips and such, not repitoire suggestions.
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#5
Go out and buy yourself a harmonica basics book. There are hundreds, and many under 10 bucks. Get one, play through it, then maybe listen to a lot of blues songs. Solo over where there's a guitar, or just get all-harmonica-playing artists and play along. Harmonica, like any other instrument, is done best with lots of experience.
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#6
I definitely recommend a book, as there are few places on the internet that I've seen. I quit because I couldn't find internet things, but I never looked at books. I might take harmonica up again as well, I've been thinking about it.

As with any instrument, practice a lot and take it, hold it, and love it