Upscale Harmonica Necklace with Your Choice of an “Inspirational” Message : ) Bold or More Subtle… Choose “BLOW ME” or “YUP.” In Deerskin Leather or Stainless Steel Necklace
Love this tune for working on my phrasing and rhythm playing. Excuse the distortion, (new camera & mic. – very sensitive!)
Longer lasting harps? Is that even a thing??? Seydel Harmonicas Review: Stuff You Should Know…
Why Pay for Customized Harps?? Well, if you are an intermediate to advanced player, you’ll find there’s a huge improvement in the harmonica’s responsiveness and uniformity, which allows you to play better.
Harmonica Gear Review: Greg Heumann’s “Blows Me Away” Mics Why I use these mics for harmonica and what I like about them.
Roly Special (written by Roly Platt) This is an original track from a “commercial music” album – (primarily for use in Music Licensing applications). All other tracks on this album were co-written with Justin Forsley.
Key to the Highway: Jordan John’s Blues All-Stars (thanks to Nick Harding & Milton Young for audio/images) JORDAN JOHN as master of ceremonies (+ rhythm guitar/vox) PRAKASH JOHN Bass, Drums AL CROSS, Guitar/Vocals MIKE BRANTON, Hammond B3 DENIS KELDIE, Harmonica ROLY PLATT
(My harp’s loud because it was aimed right at the camera – sorry) I’m playing through my ’56 Gibson GA 45T (Maestro) with the wonderful tremolo on the amp. I love this amp’s tremolo. Rick Fines Guitar/Vocals, Alec Fraser, bass. Jimmy Bowskill, fiddle and mandolin
Jordan John’s Blues All-Star Presentation Blues All-Star presentation featuring: PRAKASH JOHN on bass Blues guitar dynamo MIKE BRANTON Hammond B3 virtuoso DENIS KELDIE Drumming sensation AL CROSS Harmonica maestro extraordinaire ROLY PLATT JORDAN JOHN as master of ceremonies (+ rhythm guitar/vox)
Live with Rick Fines Rick Fines, Guitar/Vocals Alec Fraser, bass Jimmy Bowskill, fiddle and mandolin Roly Platt harmonica (with the Harp Wah)
Being Canadian – something we can all be very proud of. Here’s my interpretation of O Canada
For all my American friends…
Poland’s Marcin Dyjak – one of the most talented and versatile harmonica players in Europe using his Harp Wah. Check Him Out: instagram.com/dyjak_harmonica/ facebook.com/marcin.dyjak.harmonica Marcin is using his Harp Wah with a Kongsheng Solist harp.
A track from Roly’s CD “Inside Out” I Got a Woman – Live at Southside Shuffle Blues Festival
Seydel’s Big Six, Kongsheng’s Baby Fat and the Harp Wah… a match made in heaven. It was brought to my attention by a few players that these “mini” harps work great with the Harp Wah. I tried them. I agree.
Richard Gjems with his Harp Wah on a minor harmonica.
Check This Line Up…. Enjoy jams, social fun, concerts, daily seminars, performances and lots of hang time with instructors. You will breathe new life and ideas into your soul and your harmonica playing! Great Lakes Harmonica Retreat 2019 is almost here and again, the Harp Wah is a proud sponsor and supporter of this great […]
2 songs with multi-talented Jordan John: Vox, guitar & B3 (I break a reed in the fast shuffle tune then play “Hopscotch” on the harp to avoid the dead note : )
Harmonica, Django & Live Bait…? An early adopter of the Harp Wah, US great Jerry Fierro plays “Blue Drag” by Django Reinhardt with band “Live Bait”. Jerry plays with “Live Bait” every Monday at the Bay House in Naples FL – check it out.
11 Year Old – Mighty Michael Mendelson at SPAH 2019. Michael Mendelson already possesses great tone and licks partnered with a “mature-beyond-his-years” musical attitude. Watch out for this lad… The new “Wah Claw” handle makes it super easy to hold and use, even with small hands. Thanks to Jerry Fierro for this video.
Playing a slow blues (or any slow tune), can be a challenge. Creating space by taking your time and pausing between phrases helps create interest – much like a good story teller.
“It’s cool. The Harp Wah has it’s own thing – a different sound than using a tradition cup.” “Yes!!!! The Wah Claw handle makes it even better!” – Jason Ricci Here’s a snippet of Jason’s first look at this product when it was launched Dec, 2017.
Harmonica Jamming on “Windy City Rag” using the Harp Wah for a bit of colour.
New Orleans-like groove with the Harp Wah
One of my cat’s many talents is dance…