Hello! This is lesson #2 in a series on blues harmonica improvisation. In today's lesson we'll continue our study of blues improvisation by looking at adding textures to blues solos. (If you missed last week's lesson, you can check it out here.)
One of the great things about the harmonica is its range of textures. In this lesson we'll look at some of those textures, specifically double stops, warbles/trills and octave splits.
I hope you've enjoyed this lesson. There are loads of great approaches to improvising. If you'd like to learn more, why not take my premium course Blues Harmonica Improvisation?
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