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Playing the Harmonica is a great kit for older children, teens and adults. It contains a fully-illustrated 64-page book all about the harmonica, a genuine 10-hole blues harmonica in the key of C and a red felt pouch to store your harmonica. Using clear text and colourful, easy to follow illustrations, the book shows you how to play the harmonica in a variety of styles and then gives you 20 well-known tunes to get started on right away. Within minutes of opening the box, you could be playing real music on your harmonica – one of the coolest and most versatile instruments around. Once you’ve mastered the basics, the book goes on to give you lots of tips and ideas for refining your sound, setting you firmly on the road to becoming a more advanced player.
The fun and easy way to play blues on the harmonica Blues harmonica is the most popular and influential style of harmonica playing, and it forms the basis for playing harmonica in other styles such as rock and country. Blues Harmonica for Dummies gives you a wealth of content devoted to the blues approach?specific techniques and applications, including bending and making your notes sound richer and fuller with tongue-blocked enhancements; use of amplification to develop a blues sound; blues licks and riffs; constructing a blues harmonica solo; accompanying singers; historical development of blues styles; and important blues players and recordings. The accompanying audio CD features all the musical examples from the book, plus play-along exercises and songs that let you hear the sound you’re striving for. In-depth coverage of major blues harmonica techniques Blues song forms, improvisation, and accompanying singers Information on blues history and personalities If you’re intrigued by the idea of understanding and mastering the compelling (yet mysterious) art of playing blues on the harmonica, Blues Harmonica For Dummies has you covered. CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e-book file, but are available for download after purchase
Superlux D112 Harmonica Microphone
Alctron Harmonica and Vocal Microphone Alctron's ZD-2 is an sleek and affordable microphone for harmonica players that require amplification for their stage performance. With an XLR cable hard wired into the microphone, the ZD-2 can be run run directly into a mixing desk, effects pedals or into an amplifier, depending on your preference. Alternatively the microphone can be used as a vocal microphone too, which is ideal when you play harmonica and sing and only have a small number of inputs available on your mixer. Adjustable Volume With a volume control knob built into the microphone, and conveniently placed underneath the main body of the microphone, you can control your own mic level on stage. Adjusting this knob when playing through an amp can also determine the amount of gain, and therefore distortion that you can achieve when playing through an amp. Feedback Rejection Because the ZD-2 capsule has a Hyper cardioid polar pattern, this mic has great off axis rejection. This means. in comparison to standard dynamic cardioid microphones, there is a significant reduction in the chances of encountering feedback from the mic in your foldback monitors or from you amp. If on the occasion you fear feedback, simply adjust the volume knob and any likelihood of it occurring will disappear. Features: ZD-2 Dynamic Harmonica Microphone Hard Wired XLR cable Adjustable volume Microphone pouch 3/8 microphone thread to attach to mic stands Specifications: Polar Pattern: Hyper-Cardioid Freq Response 50Hz-16KHz Output Impedance: 250 ohms Sensitivity: -58dB+/-3dB (0dB = 1V/Pa 1000Hz) Maximum SPL: 136dB for 0.5% THD Equivalent Noise Level: <22dB (A weight) Connector: 3 pin XLR
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