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Posted on August 19, 2016 by bill

“Crazy” People thought I was crazy when I told them I could I could play “Crazy” on the diatonic harmonica. I used three diatonic harmonicas for this rendition of “Crazy”. I use three in order to play the complete song

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The Richter Renaissance

Posted on August 28, 2014 by bill

A popular music renaissance was in the making when suddenly an unexpected anomaly appeared. The tiniest instrument within its gritty ensemble had generated a unique mystique…enter the diatonic harmonica. The blues was rising in popularity and the soul of that

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Diatonic Dilemma

Posted on July 11, 2014 by bill

DIATONIC DILEMMA Richter tuning makes the diatonic harmonica unique, but the instrument’s trademark chords (especially in the low octave) requires suffocation of certain notes within the diatonic scale. This is where the big weakness of the diatonic harmonica gets exposed.

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