I have been playing the harmonica since I was 6 years old, self taught. I am wondering if there are other musicians that play the 48 hole standard harmonica, not the toy harmonica with only a few notes...
Are there song books specific to harmonica?
I realize there are certain songs that can't be played with a harmonica. Either the notes are not there or the physics of the transition from one note to the next...
Thanks for any information.
I can't help you, but my mother played what she called an "echo harp" - to me as a kid it was a harmonica with 'way too many holes. Almost seemed to make chords with the sound - it wasn't much like the single note smaller harmonica's produce. Maybe the 48 you mention?
I'm sure she was self-taught, too.
Thanks. That is the name echo Hohner harmonica.
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