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Hi Yvonnick, thanks for your words, I know that I have some problems with the improvisation on the chromatica harmonica , so i
ll add some extra miles and i HOPE I can flight on the improvisation thing which is very important , i was used to play by ear but know I cant risk to do that specially when there are so many chords.
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Another blues played on the chromatic, hope you like them
Here some Jacob do mandolim music called Gostosinho , i was practicing a capella in a empty room with full reverb , im still practicing that song
Good tone. You tongue block right ?
not that much actually , in that particular song which is very fast im not able to tongle blocking because there are too many notes on the melody, also i beleive that the original song is even faster. there is a style which i recommend to listen, its called Chorinho , its a brazilian rythm very melodic and rythmic.
lets stay in tune my friend
Really enjoyed your rendition of Gostosinho…very inspiring! Nice to have the natural reverb of the room too!
Now im working on Blues come down the seine, i hope I can upload it to share and ask for tips ,etc…
Best regards from Brasil
@laurentharp Hi Laurentharp , how are you ?
I was checking your videos , they sound good , i like to play overblows sometimes but i prefer to play chromatic , i took 3 months lessons with howard levy and once i opened the show for him year 2006 , i was amazed with his technique and music vocabulary but there is one thing that I notice in new…[Read more]
That’s exactly the point. Now that we know the technique better, we are improving in terms of sound of the the overblows, but the tuning accuracy is a challenge. Not only on the overblows by the way. The regular bends are also difficult to hit perfectly in tune.
We know it’s feasible: Sébastien Charlier, Jérôme Peyrelevade de…[Read more]
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