#1
Hi, I play guitar and I would like to learn to play the harmonica, the thing is, would it be better to learn to play it with a teacher or could I learn everything I need tolearn through the internet?
#2
I've had one for like 2 years and still haven't learnt how to play it (though I haven't been actively trying)
I think getting myself a teacher would greatly speed up the process
#4
You can learn some basic stuff over the internet, which is what I did. But if you want to be serious about it, a teacher will really help.
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#5
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Hi, I play guitar and I would like to learn to play the harmonica, the thing is, would it be better to learn to play it with a teacher or could I learn everything I need tolearn through the internet?


you play the guitar? wuutttttttttt????
#9
The harmonica is basically an easy instrument to learn. It's designed so that when you blow into any hole (most natural thing to do=blow) you'll produce a major I chord. The intervals on a harmonica go as follows:
Blow: 1 3 5 1 3 5 1 3 5 1
Draw: 2 5 7 2 4 5 7 2 4 6

And that's the basics
#10
You can learn a lot off the Internet. There are a lot of lessons on Youtube. For example, by Adam Gussow, or Jason Ricci.
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