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Rock 'N' Blues Harmonica

By Jon Gindick

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Rock 'N' Blues Harmonica for Harmonica (Harmonica). Music Sales America. Instructional and Blues. Instructional book and instructional/examples CD. Instructional text and illustrations. 226 pages. Music Sales #CS10116. Published by Music Sales (HL.14027563).

ISBN 0930948106. With instructional text and illustrations. Instructional and Blues. 9x12 inches.

NOT AN INSTANT HARMONICA BOOK! One of the most complete harmonica books ever. Rock n' Blues harmonica teaches uses fact, fiction, illustration and notation to teach Music theory 101, chord progressions, puckering, tongueblocking, octaves, tongue-slaps, headshakes, vibrato, bends, overblows, secrets of great tone, and much more. B/w photos.

  • The Night Music Was Discovered 
  • First Sounds Of The Harmonica 
  • Second Position Cross Harp-Style Of The Blues 
  • Cave Jam-How To Accompany 
  • Stoney's Harmonica Lesson-Blues And Rock Riffs 
  • Three Chords Of The Blues-Playing Solo 
  • Falling In Love With Bending 
  • Straight Harp Accompaniment 
  • Cross Harp Campfire Melodies 
  • Third Position Slant Harp - A Big Time Harp Style 
  • Hubie's Blues - Intermediate And Advanced Harp 
  • Resource Guide 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Portland, OR
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 14, 2008 The best training book I have used

    I have played piano, guitar and banjo for a number of years and have many training books/CD's/DVD's. This one by Gindick is absolutely the best I have used. Harmonica is not easy and this guy knows how to cut through the learning curve plus he injects...

    a lot of humor which makes it fun. I have just bought more of his training tools and they are all equally good.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Austin, Texas
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • May 07, 2004 Jam Camp Hardened

    Gindick brings as much energy to this work as he does when you meet him in person. He's a very good instructor. I have been playing harmonica for 30 years, and teaching harmonica for less than 2 years. I found this to be the only book I am going...

    to recommend to my students. The theories are easy to understand. The consistency of the lessons is very concrete. Beginners who dedicate themselves to the teachings within this book alone will have no difficulty getting up and wailing in very little time. If you have any doubts, just attend one of Gindick's Harmonica Jam Camps. You can see for yourself how well his students do too.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Agoura Hills, California
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • October 10, 2002 An Incredible Journey Into Your Talent

    Jon Gindick is one of the best harmonica players I have ever heard. He is also an incredible writer and teacher as Rock n' Blues Harmonica shows. I started playing with this book and cd a few months ago and have already joined a band. I have several standing ovations...

    for my playing on stage. I owe every bit of this to Jon Gindick, and his website at Harmonicacentral.com. Jon has several other cds and lessons for beginning through intermediate. I cannot recommend his stuff highly enough.

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  • 5

    Location:
    New Zealand
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 23, 2002 The Best Yet

    I highly recommend this Book/CD combination to anyone wanting to learn the Harp. It starts with an easy to understand section on Music Theory and relates the progression through the different disciplines in a way even I can understand.... You wont regret this one.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Hillsboro, Or.
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • September 23, 2001 a must for every blues or country harper

    I played around with straight harp for many years before learning about cross harp . Jon's book can take you further, faster than any I've seen. He has worked very hard at creating an excellent tutelage, at a truly bargain price. I can't wait for his next volume...

    . DR Ore.

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