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Christmas Cheer & Shout-Out
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dchurch
217 posts
Dec 24, 2018
8:38 AM
Have a fantastic Christmas!
'Tis the season to reflect and be thankful. I'm thankful for all things harmonica, the gift of making music and for the progress that I was able to make this year thanks to MBH.

So a big shout-out to all the members, and to Adam and the folks that keep this site running. And a 99dB shout-out to the folks that post their ideas, thoughts and comments here, for without you there would be no forum.



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Glass Harp Full
188 posts
Dec 25, 2018
9:02 PM
Well said dchurch.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone here, and best wishes for your harmonica playing. May 2019 be full of fun, progress and stimulating discussions of all things blues harp!
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Gerry
93 posts
Dec 28, 2018
1:52 AM
I think of the progress I've made this year. Overblows are pretty much available when I want them. I'm still working on squeezing them up to pitch.
Vibrato, when I started practicing that about 4 months ago seemed impossible, but now I can do it but it's still a little stuttery. It has even improved my singing too!

It shows that a little patience and dedication can slowly seep through the toughest of brick walls.

I wish you all a very Happy ("Harpy" New Year!)


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