I have a curious instrument called Tombo Pocket Bass. It is much smaller than regular bass harmonica. It have no flats and sharps besides F#, but the coolest thing is they lay out in fifth. It allows to play power chords similiar to guitar riffs for heavy metall and hard rock. I found I can play one of my favorite songs "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana using this harmonica. For this video I do not use any sounds besides bass harmonica, diatonic harmonicas, tambourin, hand clapping and my chest. What diatonic tone do you like more: clean (verse) or distorted (chorus)?
I wish YouTube had a button on their embedded videos for sharing on FB. I guess I'll have to click through to YouTube to do that!
We used to do a cover of Nivana's cover of Molly's Lips. We started with three part acapella harmony and then broke into a sort of punk with harmony main song. All I did on harmony was basically play the melody behind the vocals. It was a lot of fun. (We also played with doing their Bowie cover too, and a couple others, but never got them really tight.)
BronzeWailer Thank you! It is actually recorded takes, I worried more on timing than expression ((:
Mirco Thank you! Great idea! I will think of it!
Tom585 Thanks!!! Most part is Sedel 1847 with blue moond comb in D dorian myxolydian (3 and 7 draw is half step down), for two notes in bridge I used 1847 silver in F F diatonic (as it have best bend layout)