[Harp-L] Seydel releases Tony Eyers Major Cross harmonica

oneotterman . oneotterman@xxxxx
Tue Feb 7 09:00:55 EST 2017


I just play a plain ole out of the box honer, like the crossover bamboo,,,,
some lee  and did get a seydel,,,65.00 think it was session steel... but
blew it out...
play some fast bluegrass style,,,but cant' really say I get all the notes
and melody
kid told me it was BluesGrass so there ya go.
love playing and getting kicked out of some of the jams where harp is just
not wanted in bluegrass...so
might learn to play some of the tunings one of these days wont be long...oh
that is just a song...
I do some gigs,,,guitar harp rack and vocals with voicelive 2

Down in Dixie

best to ya

Jimmy E Scott

On Sat, Feb 4, 2017 at 5:26 PM, Tony Eyers <tony at xxxxx> wrote:

> Around 20 years ago I devised a harmonica tuning for fast bluegrass and
> Irish tunes, and called it Major Cross. It has Major Scale notes in the
> second or "cross" position used by most players. Major Cross requires no
> bending, so fast tunes are much easier to play.
> While some players have adopted Major Cross, the instruments have been
> hard to find.
> Not anymore. Seydel have released a Major Cross model, which is now
> available "off the shelf".
> The instrument has a distinctive blue comb. Needless to say, I'm proud to
> announce my own harmonica model. Check it out at the Seydel Major Cross
> page below, which has video explanations etc. If the page comes up in
> German, just hit the red "Switch to English" button.
> I'm (almost) always the only harmonica player at fast bluegrass and Irish
> sessions, the Major Cross harmonicas allow me to keep up. Some of you may
> be joining me soon, now that Major Cross instruments are easily had.
> http://seydel1847.de/majorcross
> <http://seydel1847.de/majorcross>
> ----------
> Tony Eyers
> Australia
> www.HarmonicaAcademy.com
> everyone plays...

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