Re: [Harp-L] F#minor

A great harp is an A harp.  Until you bend, every note is in the A major
scale as well as the F# natural minor scale, a scale most listeners will
accept no matter the chord progression in a minor song.  Then, bending 2
draw double bend and 3 draw double bend sound great.

A D harp is another great choice.  An E harp is worth exploring, as is a B
harp, but do not play 3 or 7 draw.
Michael Rubin

On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 12:41 PM, gary eldridge <eldridgegary@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> I was ask to play with a band that I had never played for. It was a last
> minute gig. Second set they called out F#minor or A major. I couldn't find
> a harp that worked well. I could get a few notes on the D harp. Which harp
> would work the best for this key?

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