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Lesson List:
  • How to Hold the Guitar - Part 1
  • How to Hold the Guitar - Part 2
  • How to Hold the Guitar - Part 3
  • Caring for Your Guitar
  • Parts of the Guitar
  • Tuning the Guitar - Part 1
  • Tuning the Guitar - Part 2
  • Tuning the Guitar - Part 3
  • Tuning the Guitar - Part 4
  • Tuning the Guitar - Part 6
  • Tuning the Guitar - Part 7
  • Right Hand - Part 1
  • Right Hand - Part 2
  • Right Hand - Part 3
  • Left Hand - Part 1
  • Left Hand - Part 2
  • Left Hand - Part 3
  • Left Hand - Part 4
  • Left Hand - Part 5
  • Left Hand - Part 6
  • Guitar Tab
  • Basic Minor Guitar Chords - Overview
  • Basic Minor Guitar Chords – C Minor
  • Basic Minor Guitar Chords - G Minor
  • The F Chord - Part 1
  • The F Chord - Part 2
  • Barre Chords - Part 1
  • Barre Chords - Part 2
  • “I Know You Rider” - Analysis Part 1
  • “I Know You Rider” - Analysis Part 2
  • “I Know You Rider” - Performance
  • “I Know You Rider” - Variations
  • “Amazing Grace” - Performance
  • “Frankie and Johnny” – Analysis Part 1
  • “Frankie and Johnny” – Analysis Part 2
  • “Frankie and Johnny” - Performance
  • 7th Guitar Chords - Part 1
  • 7th Guitar Chords - Part 2
  • Barre Chords – Part 3: A Shape Majors
  • Barre Chords – Part 4: Minor Chords
  • Major 7th Guitar Chords - Part 1
  • Major 7th Guitar Chords - Part 2
  • Major 7th Guitar Chords - Part 3
  • Minor 7th Guitar Chords - Part 1
  • Minor 7th Guitar Chords - Part 2
  • Minor 7th Barre Chords
  • “Wayfaring Stranger” – Analysis Part 1
  • “Wayfaring Stranger” – Analysis Part 2
  • “Wayfaring Stranger” – Analysis Part 3
  • “Wayfaring Stranger” – Performance
  • Using a Capo - Part 1
  • Using a Capo - Part 2
  • Using a Capo - Part 3
  • Using a Capo - Part 4
  • Using a Capo - Part 5
  • Using a Capo - Part 6
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 1
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 2
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 3
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 4
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 5
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 6
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 7
  • Right Hand Technique - Part 8
  • 2 Note Boogie-Woogie
  • Self Accompaniment
  • The B Chord
  • “You Are My Sunshine” - Guitar Chords
  • “You Are My Sunshine” - Guitar Melody
  • “You Are My Sunshine” - Performance
  • “Darlin Cory” - Analysis
  • “Darlin Cory” - Performance
  • “Salty Dog” - Analysis
  • “Salty Dog” - Performance
  • “Goin Down the Road Feelin Bad” - Analysis
  • “Goin Down the Road Feelin Bad” - Performance
  • How to Change a Guitar String
  • Fingerpicking - Part 1
  • Fingerpicking - Part 2
  • Fingerpicking - Part 3
  • “Peggy O” - Analysis
  • “Peggy O” – Performance
  • Alternate Tunings
  • “Darlin Cory” - Performance
  • “Salty Dog” - Analysis
  • “Salty Dog” - Performance
  • “Can’t Lie Awake” by Scott Law - Performance
  • Intro to other ArtistWorks Guitar Schools

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The History of Harmonica: Part 2
Sep 12

harmonica history from hohner - part 2

As we saw in our previous installmentup until the 1900s the harmonica was still developing as the instrument we know it as today. It wasn’t long after the Hohner company successfully established itself however that the harmonica became more widely used, particularly in blues and country music. For the first time in history, musicians were became famous for playing harmonica. One of the most influential early blues harmonica players was Deford Baily, who in 1927 started to perform regularly on the popular “Grand Ole Opry” show.