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Ready to begin this long strange trip 1 year 2 weeks ago #8148

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My name is Robert but everyone calls me BamBam, I'm an old deadhead who loves the sound of a Harp, guess I can thank Pig Pen for that. I am also a big fan of Paul Butterfield and James Cotton and quite a few more. I am here to learn as much as I can from everyone I can to help me embark on this journey. I have only recently started actually trying to learn to play, but have quickly fallen for playing. I look forward to reading the posts in the forum and learning about different techniques for practising and for jamming.

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Ready to begin this long strange trip 1 year 2 weeks ago #8150

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Welcome BamBam!!! Great to have you here. You have come to the right place for sure. Lots of knowledgeable and helpful folks here. Don't be shy about asking questions or posting samples of your playing.
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Ready to begin this long strange trip 1 year 2 weeks ago #8158

Hello, BamBam.

Welcome to the Harmonica Club. You have many new friends here.

To start your harmonica studies, check these free websites for
harmonica players:

www.patmissin.com
(harmonica information, etc).

www.tenhole.com
(harmonica information)

www.overblow.com
(harmonica information)

www.angelfire.com/music/harmonica
(harmonica maintenance, etc.)

www.harpinanawhinin.com
(play-along tunes for slide chromatic
harmonica and 10-hole diatonic harmonica.
The sheet music is downloadable, for free;
and the recorded music is also downloadable,
free. The site uses harmonica tablature, no
traditional music notation)

Best Regards

John Broecker
Sussex, Wisconsin, USA
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