USA's JD Taylor shows how, in a traditional blues tune, he can use the Harp Wah to create resonator/cupping effects that go far beyond regular hand cupping techniques.
Review: Harp Wah™ Harmonica World Magazine (UK) by Neil Warren April, 2018 Canadian harp player, Roly Platt, has developed the Harp Wah, a mute/resonator accessory based on the diatonic harmonica trick of playing into a glass. This produces a pronounced wah sound. The glass trick has long been a gimmick to pull out for a song or two. The Harp Wah provides a more permanent solution. Roly realized the main limitation of using a glass to be that the sound comes out at the top of the glass. The Harp Wah's sound emanates from the bottom end, and so offers...