Re: Chord (another digression)
>48 chords. 96 double holes. 384 reeds. 12 blow and draw chords each in
>major 7th and augmented/diminished alternatively. This is from my Hohner
>propaganda. I sure would like to find one of these guys used for cheap.
Good luck (I've got other stringed things to play chords on right now...:)
It's still just a curiousity, but I don't follow your description
completely. Is it all linear from end to the other? Does it start out in
Cmaj7, go to C+ then C dim, then to a set of C# chords (ie chromatically
ascending in sets of chords)? Why no min7 ? How do you access a
harmonized scale like Cmaj7, Dmin7, Emin7, Fmaj7, Gmaj7, Amin7, Bmin7b5 ?
Thought somebody on the list would know off the top of their head. I'll
call Hohner if no one knows.
>with this conclusion is that Mr. Finney is shown on the liner notes
>playing a bass. Does anyone know the answer?
Not I, but I forgot to ask also, is the bass set up like a keyboard, that
is, the black keys on top, white keys on the bottom. What's the starting
note, C again? (Enquiring minds want to know....). Is it generally a 3
octave range? Peace. dB^)
Harv *Opinions my own*
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