Hi Federicoars32, I guess I should try it out but I’ve just watched your video and been thinking about your tab system. I guess a + indicates a blow note and (n) indicates a button push? If that’s the case, I find some of the tab pretty interesting. I’m very much a novice with the chromatic, so it’s maybe more obvious to skilled players. I’m wondering why for instance in a D blues you’d start with 5 5 (6) (6+) 6+ Rather than 5 5 (6) 6 6+
Please understand I’m not criticizing, I’m just trying to understand the decision, whether it’s just a toss of the coin so to speak, or something more reasoned.
Sometimes I can see there is a better flow one way over the other but here I don’t see it. I just want to develop good habits, if it matters.
Hi, no problem, references are in the video description. "6 hole draw" and "6 hole blow (with the slide button in)" are the same note (F). (By the way, i'm from Argentina, so my english it's not very good).
I had a go at playing this, this morning and the tab confused me at first, then I read the instructions( always a good idea)so if I've got it right (1) = blow = C 1 = draw = D (1+) = button in = C# or Db 1+ = button in = D# or Eb etc,etc // haven't sussed this yet, but I've got a sneaky feeling I've used it before so I should know it. Enjoyed playing it though and I shall work my way through it on top of every thing else I'm meant be doing. SuperBee If I've got it right 5=draw=d (6)=E (6+)=F 6+=F#
Ive had a chromonica 10 hole chromatic for several years…..I can understand why walter Horton said that a chromatic will "fry your brain"......I just play mine strictly in 3rd position and just to play melodies and never blues riffs
At best, Im extremely mediocre on the chromatic. I really like things like this. This really helps muscle memory. These kind of tunes and studying the layout of the chromatic ie; where the b3 b5 etc are --helps me a lot Thanks again