[Harp-L] Eivets Rednow Question
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- Subject: [Harp-L] Eivets Rednow Question
- From: michael rubin <michaelrubinharmonica@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2011 17:26:22 -0500
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Working on Ruby with a student on a C chromatic. He has a band that
is playing in the key of C, but Stevie is playing in the key of G.
When my student used the amazing slow downer to transpose up to the
key of C, he noticed that all of the trill button in/out effects
continued to work. When we played in the key of G on a C chromatic,
we needed a sixteen hole chrome to get the full range of the song.
But when transposed, the entire song fit on a 12 hole chrome. Is it
possible that Stevie played this song on a G chromatic?
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