Yeah,exactly, so if the band is in G, the IV chord is C, and that's correct; if you want to play cross, you use the C harp. But if you have a C harp, the 5th degree of the C major scale is G, and that's the key in which the harp plays when you cross it.
For me, one of the big downfalls of the standard tuning is the absence of the “other chord”. But we do the best we can, a second harp in an adjacent key will give it to you, like Superbee implies. Then the problem is the voicing, but it can be done
Last Edited by Gnarly on Aug 02, 2020 6:32 PM
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