Re: Double Stops

Double stops on guitar are *any* two-note diad played on adjacent strings
ususally with one picking motion up or down.  Virtually any interval can be
conceivably played, but typically they are the second thru sixth variety,
because of the normal length of reach by the fingers.  Triple stops are
triads played similarly on adjacent strings.  Presume that for harp its the
same *adjacent* hole concept per Mr. Fields' explanation, but that is not
to limit one's playing of *nice* intervals by tongue blocking per Mr.
Yerxa.  Literal or not, the terms is still probably useful, if a little
vague for harmonica. 

Harvey A. Andruss, III                  email: haandruss@xxxxxxx

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