Harmonica Mute?? Yup. It’s a Thing. The Harp Wah Is Like a Trumpet Mute For Harmonica Players. Harp Wah + […]
Welcome to Roly Platt’s Harp Wah demonstration page.
Here, you can watch a series of video demos featuring Roly Platt – showcasing the unique capabilities of this innovative harmonica accessory.
This innovative device allows you to achieve a wide range of sounds, from traditional bluesy wah effects to more modern, experimental tones. With its combined resonator and mute effects, the Harp Wah is like a trumpet mute for harmonica players, allowing you to shape your sound in previously unimaginable ways. In these demos, Roly demonstrates the versatility of the Harp Wah across a variety of musical styles, from blues and funk to jazz, country and beyond. You’ll also get a chance to see the Harp Wah’s killer cup and wah effects in action, so you can get a better idea of how this unique device can enhance your playing.
Some good funk, a harmonica and a Harp Wah go just dandy together.
Some Acoustic Funk with the new Cobalt Blue Harp Wah Song in C – played in 3rd position then switching […]
Song in D – 3rd Position (C harp – Seydel 1847 Classic)
This track was recorded using the Harp Wah and a standard tuned Bb Seydel 1847 Classic. Song in F (2nd […]
I’m using the New Vintage Green Harp Wah. Backing Track: Key of E – played in 3rd position (D harp) […]
Each time I play this classic, I try to do something a little different with my interpretation. Besides adding a […]
A Cool Collaboration with UK’s Will Wilde. Will Wilde is a British rock musician from Brighton, England. Will plays Seydel […]
Funk harmonica using the Harp Wah. Played in 3rd position. Backing track is in Em using a “D’ harp with […]
Western Swing / Boogie Woogie using the new Harp Wah for cupping effects on harmonica.
Love this tune for working on my phrasing and rhythm playing. Excuse the distortion, (new camera & mic. – very […]
Jamming on “Windy City Rag” using the Harp Wah for a bit of colour.
New Orleans-like groove with the Harp Wah
Retro-style funk – played acoustically using a Harp Wah with the new “Wah Claw” handle plus a bit of “envelop […]
Here’s a nice Funk jam – where I start out through an amp, then switch over to acoustic playing using […]
When playing through an amp, there are so many choices for sound options and adding effects to your setup – […]
I love using the Harp Wah on Funk tunes. It’s way more than an effect for “old-timie” tunes.
Hear the difference between regular hand cupping and the Harp Wah™ “cup mute” in a side by side comparison.