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bending notes

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Kathy G
Dec 21, 2013 11:17 PM GMT

I finally can bend the draw 1 hole, but when I go to other holes, I get multiple notes. I am able to play single notes, so don't understand what I am doing wrong.



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Jan 27, 2015 8:49 AM GMT
Scott C Replied:

hi Kathy when bending notes in the pucker style breath in violently and make the face of a bad thing has happend or say orr when breath in to change shape of your tongue to flat to a hill. if notthink of a yawn shape but breath in. and to start of, tip the harmonica notes pointing down to help you to bend.i hope this helps. post or mail me for feed back FromScott UK

May 16, 2016 11:12 AM GMT
Gabriela W Replied:

To bend a note on the harmonica you must change the direction and the intensity of the airflow across the reed. Before you try to bend a note make sure you can make a clean single note. Most commonly used blues bends are on the low notes of harmonica.

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