- Sep 1, 2007
Any tips? Sites, books, and/or suggestions.
get one of those harmonica holders (i suppose you could make one)
the book comes with a "c" hormonica, and i got an "A". also have a blue danube i think it covers a few, it is a big sucker. just getting started, not good at reading music yet.
in "g", those three chords will work for you. the Am would be cool, but you'll want an E minor to make the minor sixth. most rock songs, folk songs, a huge percentage of most music, is based on what's called a I/IV/V chord progression. the first chord is G, so you make a G scale and base chords off of the fourth and fifth notes, and a minor one off the sixth. so in G, you have G, C, D, Em. it's just the order, how you long you play them, and what the melody is.
oh, and: Em
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