||Welcome to Harmonica Players.com, a site within HarmonicaLinks.com.
The categories below contain a very complete listing of the Harmonica Players found on the Web with links to their websites. These talented players and groups represent all styles of music from all eras.
- Diatonic Players (male):
- The players in the following 6 sections use primarily, but not exclusively, the diatonic harmonica (i.e. blues harp or standard 10-hole variety).
Pioneers in Blues
- Female Players
- Visit the websites of the world's finest female players past and present. These ladies can play!
- Chromatic Players
- Visit the homepages of many of the world's finest chromatic harmonica players. We have also included bass and chord harmonica players on this page. All styles of music are represented here.
- Groups, Trios, and Bands
- You've never heard a band with just harmonicas before? Visit the websites of the world's finest harmonica groups, trios, and bands past and present. The only instruments you will find in these ensembles are harmonicas.
If you have a harmonica-related website and would like it listed here, please email us with the web address, site title (or player's name), brief description, and the page it should be included on. Also, if you find any 'dead' links or have changed the URL to your site, let us know so we can make the update.
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SAMPLE VIDEO: Harmonica Instruction for Beginners
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* Dave Gage - 30 Year Teaching Pro
SAMPLE VIDEO: Advanced Harmonica Instruction
Dave explains how the concept of "Follow Through", as found in many sports, also applies directly to your breathing and airflow.
Dave explains the value of not just learning a scale up and down, but dividing it into smaller "bite-size" chunks, which can then be used as blues riffs.
Dave demonstrates how you can use the "Tonguing" technique to create interesting sounds such as the "Chicken Call".