Re: [Harp-L] Tabs for overblows?

Hey Venky. Not sure if there's any "standard" way to tab for overbends, but when I'm tabbing, I use initials "OB" for an overblow and "OD" for an overdraw.... (Clunky, I know, but it works for me)

So... a phrase might look like this:
4, 5+, 6+, 6+OB, 7 would translate to
4 draw, 5 blow, 6 blow, 6 overblow, 7 draw...

And another example
6, 7, 8, 8OD, 8 would translate to
6 draw, 7 draw, 8 draw, 8 overdraw, 8 draw

Hope this helps.
Harpin' in Colroado,
--Ken M
 TeraBlu Band on My Space

From: "venkyr@xxxxxxx" <venkyr@xxxxxxx>
To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sun, May 16, 2010 3:56:43 AM
Subject: [Harp-L] Tabs for overblows?

  Dear List,
  Can someone shed light on how overblows are depicted
  in harp tabs? The song- Flying Home by Dennis
  Gruenling in the CD album- History of the Blues
  Harmonica Concert- has some of that on a Ab harp for
  an Eb tune.


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