Blues Acoustic Backing Track for Harmonica, harp, in G Longer version

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i jammed hard to this with my harp thx alot love blues

how many people played this guitar..

love it!


I love this! Thanks!

Thanks,that was fun playing along with. I have played straight harp over ten years,and just recently started cross harp. It seems to just improvise makes a pleasing sound.

@TattooBull a C harp is good for G blues. Here’s the blues scale 3B 3D 4B 4D 5D 6D

I am new to the harmonica , and only have a “Hohner 532/20 MS C Blues Harp” ….. what backing track (as in key of what ?) should I use to play with ? …. I play a little guitar and very little piano .. so I know that the blues is a 1 4 5 , C F G …. so I was thinking maybe in G , cuz I have a C harp ? IDK … some please help !!!!!

Wow… Great help. Thanks for sharing.

u got some good 1s

I would very much like to get your cd with all those tracks. how can I do that?

@ave0923 Yes, cross harp is 4 keys higher than the backing track.

awsome it sound nice on my guitar i use g and the a scale with d i like it

Good Blues track. Thanks from all of us.

Squaids 0:47

geat backing track

great backing track

love it

I like how the guy is playing his harp backwards

-2 -3b +4 -4b -4 -5 +6 6ob +7 70d -8-9 +9
two octaves of cross harp blues scale

@sinisha61 Amplified blues sound from a karioke machine? :)
Which karioke machine?
Maybe I shouldn’t have spent 200 quid on a custom JT30 …

Thanks for posting.
I’m diggin harpin along with this one. Just completed one of David Barrett’s books so I have a bunch of good new 12 bar solos to work with. Nice!


Great BT, helps the playing a lot.

Yeah. Use a harp that’s tuned 5 half steps higher than the song.

If this is in G, wouldn’t you play 2nd position cross harp in C?

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