Hello Friends -
Dennis Gruenling here getting back into my “Leopard Boogie” piece, with my C harp in the key of G. We tackle some Little Walter type phrases, some octaves, and plenty of rhythmic chording in between keeping a steady pulse the whole time. Remember that you can and should always break down the more complicated patterns slowly at first as I demonstrate here, and it makes not only for great practice, but helps you really remember any new technique or approach.
Grab your C harp and get to boogie’n!
Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
C Harmonica in the Key of G.
Loop 1:20 5 th Chorus Performance
Loop 2:03 5th Chorus Acoustically
Loop 2:30 Breakdown of First 4 Bars
Loop 5:20 Practice Loop of First 4 Bars
Loop 5:31 Middle 4 Bars
Loop 7:38 Practice Loop Middle Lick
Loop 8:25 Practice Loop First 8 Bars
Loop 8:48 Turnaround Breakdown
Loop 9:15 Practice Loop of Turnaround
Loop 10:07 Slow Practice Loop of Fifth Chorus