[Harp-L] Is there a 2nd position harp chart for guitars tuned down a half step?

Rick Dempster rickdempster33@xxxxx
Thu Nov 3 11:05:11 EDT 2016

It depends what they call the tuning they are in. If they play
an E shape chord, do they call it an E chord, or an Eb chord?
I suspect they will call it E, even if it is Eb concert pitch.
I which case, if they call E, but it's really Eb, you will need
an Ab harp for that.
Just flatten everything, and you'll be OK.
May have to acquire some new harps though.

On 4 November 2016 at 00:04, Sébastien Frémal <sebastien.fremal at xxxxx>

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> 2016-11-03 13:55 GMT+01:00 Rockin' Billy <wilgres at xxxxx>:
> > Hello. I play mostly second or crossed position. If the band is in the
> key
> > G then I play a C harp etc. Does anyone know of a published reference
> chart
> > of what cross position harp if the band is tuned down 1/2 step? thanks,
> > rkinbilly
> >

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