Blueharp 14 Blues Chord Harmonica
Blueharp is the new harmonica meant to play blues and chords in 2nd positions (the most common within the blues).for example: to play blues in the key of E, we will use a harmonica in the key of A.
The Blueharp is a harmonica designed to play melodies and chords in the second position blues (the most used in blues) for example: to play a Blues in I will use a harmonica in LA. This harmonica is composed of two parts: A diatonic harmonica complete with 10 holes and one with chords.The Blueharp 14 is simple to play, on the right we have the complete diatonic with which we make the melodies that we would play with a normal 10 holes and on the left side the two basic chords of the blues progression IV ° 7, V ° 7.
The two parts are separated by a space.
Blowing from hole 1 to 4 in the part of the agreements you will find the agreement of IV ° 7 in this case the LA7 (A7)
Aspirating from hole 1 to 4 in the chord part you will find the arrangement of V ° 7 in this case the SI7 (B7)
The tonic agreement (I ° 7) in our example the MI (E7) will be obtained by aspiring
On holes 2-5 of the diatonic harmonica as we usually do.
Below the link to the demonstration video:
Video Presentation Blueharp14