What key harmonica does neil young play on old man?
There is no harmonica in that song.
ive been playing that tune using a harmonica in the key of A. sounds great, just like the recording. hope this helps.
He has his guitar tuned down a whole step from standard tuning, and uses a Bb marine band harmonica. (use a C if in normal tuning)
It depends on what key the particular harmonica is in. If it is in "C" (concert pitch) you would play in G, just like the guitar.
It is in D major
The Key of the Song is F. But to play F cross harp you need a B-flat harmonica. Not the A harmonica as previously suggested. That would be used to play songs in the key of E.
its a C key hohner harmonica
Song is is in the Key of C but you would play cross harp using a harmonica in the Key of F.
it depends on the song
It depends on the Harmonica. I have a G Major harmonica, my Dad has an A Major harmonica, my brother has a C major harmonica and my Grandpa has several in different keys as well. If you weren't told what key your harmonica is in when you bought it, you can figure it out with a piano.
I havn't tried the harmonica part so I'm just guessing. I play the piano part in the key of C so my best guess is the harmonica might be a C or it might be an A
In Ray LaMontagne's still can't feel the gin on the album acre of land what key harmonica does he play?
It sounds like a C harmonica
lee osker key of c
A diatonic harmonica is a harmonica that is set in a key signature. This is so people can do improvised harmonica solos just by randomly blowing and it sounds great (or at least in key). Yes I know, your probably thinking as I was when I found this out, "So those country guys that play harmonica and play guitar at the same time are not actually that skilled?". Yes that's correct. A chromatic harmonica contains… Read More
What notes, anything in the key of A. A B C# D E F# G# A.
most covers of the song are done in G
think original movie track can be played with a C harmonica but the faith no more version is played on keyboard. not sure if is all in one key. In the sound track it was played Toots Thielemans on a Key of C chromatic harmonica. I believe it is in the Key of C but with a flat, but is transposed for other instruments in other keys. in the 12 hole Chromatic harmonica it starts… Read More
Playing Harmonica and playing blues harp can be the same thing. An Harmonica is a musical instrument and blues harp is a style of harmonica playing. There are many kinds of harmonicas. The most common type of harmonica has 10 holes and 20 reeds. This kind of harmonica is monochromatic, that is, made for a certain musical key. When a harmonica player plays a song in that musical key, it's called "Straight" harp. However, a… Read More
Lennon had harmonicas in several keys, to play songs in different keys.
That depends on the type or style of music you're playing...most music requires you to play harp in the same key as the song itself, while blues music has you play harp in "4ths". In other words, if the song is in the key of "E", then the harp you use would be in the key of "A". Harmonica selection depends on the ability of the player, the type of harmonic available to him and… Read More
they come in various keys.
it is in the key of E
1st its E in straight harp then A in crossharp then back to E for straight harp
If you are on a 10 hole harmonica it goes like this: 6 7 8 7 8 -8 7 -6 6 6 7 8 7 8 -8 9 8 9 8 7 6 -6 7 -6 6 6 7 8 7 8 -8 7 If I were you, I'd play it on the key of G because if it's on the key of C it gets hard to breathe. But you can play it in… Read More
I believe that it was the Key of D.
If you are thinking of can't stand me now, the key is e.
I took this to a specialty board for stringed instruments and this is what was posted in response on the Baritone Ukulele thread: Unfortunately, there exists no such animal. Each "Key" for a harmonica of any nature is relative to the key played by the instrument being accompanied, NOT THE TUNING OF THE INSTRUMENT. For instance, key of G, straight harp would be a G harp. Cross harp in G would be played on a… Read More
Toots Thielemans in the key of A
Since the song is in F, (capo 5th fret C) the harmonica is also F.
Answer It really depends on what key the band is playing in but usually the key of G fits in anywhere.
Key of C (2nd position)
A "G" harmonica is used, so the song would be in a key of "D".
In blues harmonica "Cross-harp" refers to the practice of using a harmonica which is in a different key than the rest of the song. This is actually necessary (for reasons beyond my understanding) as a C harmonica will not sound right playing along with a band whos playing a song in the key of C. If the rest of the band is playing in C, get out your F harp. Likewise if the band is… Read More
If it has the chords G, C, and D7... then it is almost always in the key of G. That is the key he uses
Hohner Special 20 KEY OF E
He plays every key but songs like Blowin' In The Wind, The Times They Are A-Changin, With God On Our Side, Mr. Tambourine Man etc. would use easy keys.
I believe it's a G played cross harp.
All insturments play the same notes. They all play some variations (sharps and flats) of the notes A-B-C-D-E-F-G. Different instruments will play a different range or octives of these. A harmonica might focus on a certain key and have certain notes, all of which a piano could play.
C is the most common key hermonica, it is also a very harsh sounding key for blues/rock and doesn't sound as good as the others.
Maybe wrong but pretty sure its a key of A diatonic
Looking at the tabs, Nebraska seems to be in the key of A. Cross-harp for A would be D. Try a D harp.
I think it's in E.
Sonny Boy is playing a B flat harp.
One should try to find a model that is similar to the model in question: ie. Hohner MarineBand Key of C should be significantly close in price (if not the same) to that of a Hohner MarineBand Key of D, etc... Generally the model type and key are stamped on the metal of the harmonica. A good place to do a price check are internet musical catologs such as Muscian's Friend.
Heptatonic means any scale with 7 notes. Diatonic scales are heptatonic, but they also have to have 5 whole steps and 2 half steps placed as far from each other as possible. The major and natural minor scales are 2 out of the 7 possible diatonic scales, but there are 792 (12! / 7! (12! - 7!) ) total possible heptatonic scales. You can play 7 of them on your harmonica (the diatonic ones), but… Read More
Research has suggested that the Hohner Harmonica was first made by hand in 1857 and a total of 650 were made in the first year. In the 1920's Hohner began manufacturing harmonicas that could be played in any key.
The cast of The Key - 2004 includes: Neil Reimer as Satan Heather Sagmeister as Sin
The piano can play in any key because it is chromatic.
the sax can play in any key
Just pick a game that you like and you will play your key game.
There are many great harmonica songs. A good place to look is on google.com. The easiest one to learn is "West Texas Town of El Paso." It has easy key changes and is very easy to learn as a base song. Try working your way up to "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" as well.