This does indeed seem to be the next step for me. I think I'm getting there. Thanks.
It is simple to start implementing these little things, and the more you practice them along with playing the changes, the more it will stick with you...and you just build onto that!
Thanks Jim! :)
Eek! I'll get it.
Hi Jim - No need to "eek" out. It's just harmonica - Be patient with yourself. Relax. Put in the time, listen closely, and it'll happen.
Thank you, Jim! I'm real glad if you enjoyed this series and maybe even learned some stuff.
I never would have discovered the 2 draw to the 3 blow springboard thing. Fantastic! So simple and so elegant.
Thanks Jim - Cool, right? There's so many ways to use it - variations and things. The basic idea started for me with Sonnyboy #1, John Lee Williamson.
Thanks Dennis! Very fun.
Glad you like it Jim!!
Thank you, getting good
I'm really glad to hear it!
Fantastic! Thank you.
Thank you! Glad you like it - Have fun with it.
Very nice guys. I'm getting it. Is there going to be a backing track for this one?
Good to see you back.
Thank you kindly! I'm excited about this one.
Don't worry. It is fun!
That's the main thing!
Good to see you back. Thanks a lot.
This was great. Thanks a lot Dennis.
Very good. Thanks!
Hi Jim - thank YOU! Have fun working on this....
Thank you Rick. People around me think I can play this one a little bit but I know better. I don't quite have Estrin's ear, but thanks to you slowing it down I've had a couple of Aha! moments already. Thanks again and greetings from Carson City.
If you're anyhing like me, developing your ear takes time and is a never ending process. My advice,(learned from my experience) is relax, take your time and above all, listen. And, of course put in your time on the instrument.
Cool, thanks Jerry.
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