How do the professionals get that sound from their harmonica? The electric amps and mics have some effect. But a big reason is that they are playing is the crossharp position.
What is crossharp? Crossharp is often called playing your harmonica in the 2nd position. It is the practice of playing your harmonica in another key than which it was designed.
Why play in the crossharp position?
This course contains twenty familiar songs. You play each song until you are familiar with it. You then check it off and go on to the next song. It is recommended that you only check off one song per day.
This course will teach you to familiarize yourself with the crossharp blow and draw patterns. The songs are arranged in an orderly fashion with the easiest ones first. Once you complete the course, you will be able to play many songs by ear in the crossharp position.
Bonus! This crossharp course includes 40 additional hymns tabulated in the crossharp position. You can use these hymns for practice instead of the 20 melodies if you want.
This course is an electronic ebook that you can download immediately. It requires a Windows PC or Linux computer. I suggest that you save it to your desktop.