Aside from books, CDs, and videos for learning to play harmonica, there are other items like metronomes that will make your ascent to "great player-dom" that much quicker. Use the links below or the links in the upper left column to navigate the "Harmonica Instruction" sub-categories.
"Harmonica Beginners: Easy How To Play Guide Book"- *Tips, Techniques, Lesson Plans, Easy Blues Riffs for Jamming, and 10 Fun & Easy Songs. *Clear, concise explanations for beginners of all ages. *Simple Song Note Tablature -- You don't need to read music to play. *Includes a FREE Trial Membership at HarmonicaLessons.com: Sample 45 hours of lesson video and attend live, online classes for a week. 102 pages, 65 photos; also, free access to website audio song/riff examples. Our thoughts: A great beginners book to get anyone started playing harmonica.
1-on-1 Private Lesson: 30-Min. (w/ Dave Gage of HarmonicaLessons.com)- Take a lesson with Dave Gage of Harmonica Lessons.com. Dave has over 35 years of playing and teaching experience to help beginners get started properly or help players of any level resolve technique, theory, and general playing issues. Be prepared with a list of questions and problems to discuss.
Harmonica Lessons.com (website instruction)- Our sister-website: 45+ hrs Video Instruction | Attend up to 12 Online Classes Each Month | Beginners thru Advanced -- Learn 24/7 -- Review video lessons as many times as you want. Learn to Jam/Play Blues Harmonica | 190 Most Popular, Requested Songs & Tabs. Click here to Learn More.
The other HarmonicaLessons.com class type is a topic or lecture class. Topic classes include: "Vertical Slot Single Notes", "Bending I, II, III", "Breathing: Lessons I, II", "Tongue Blocking", "Beginning Jamming", "Country Harmonica", "Chugging", "12-Bar Blues". View a complete: List of Archived Class Videos (with descriptions).
Member Benefits:- 75 Full-Length Classes -- Over 2500 minutes of Video Instruction (40+ hrs) -- Attend "Live Online Classes" (3-Every-week) -- Beginners thru Advanced -- Learn 24/7 -- Review video lessons as many times as you want -- 1.5 to 2 hrs. of Video added each week.