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Harmonica Lessons: 8-9-10 Blow: 1st Position Blues Licks

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[MUSIC].
Okay, so you should practice bending
these notes up and down, and practice
a few of the simple blues licks, and by
now you see that you really should get a G
harmonica as well, cuz it's much more
pleasant to practice these things on a G.
I'll play, one more time, slowly.
I'll play this blues lick for
you, from
[MUSIC].
There's a lot of different nuances to it,
you can play it a lot of different ways,
but it's basically from the one,
the tonic to the flatted seventh,
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to
the fifth
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and then the flatted fifth
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And the flatted third.
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And the tonic.
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And if you want to you can throw
the fourth in which is the nine draw.
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