Discover which holes on the harmonica you can easily overbend, and learn how to accurately play those extra notes when overblowing or overdrawing.
In this harmonica lesson, instructor Ben Hewlett demonstrates how to play Sonny Boy Williamson II's unique style of tongue blocking for blues riffs.
Tongue blocking and playing the outside holes of the harmonica is called playing splits. In this lesson, learn this technique and have fun practicing it!
This lesson introduces you to a few slightly more advanced harmonica techniques, including tongue switching, rolling blocks for trilling, and spread blocks.
This lesson covers the basic riffs of the song "Whoopin' the Blues" and discusses the techniques legend Sonny Terry used to get his unmistakable blues sound.
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