Learn 7 simple easy fun 'imPro' techniques on harmonica now!
Improvise in 7 keys on 1 harmonica; play with guitar, keyboard players and singers; easy to play in a bandWatch Promo to get a sneaky peek!
Do you want to play with your favourite music, or with a band?
So do I. That's why we play music.
But it can be a jungle - what do we do? What key is the music? Which harmonica to use?
Here I will give you seven precise paths through that jungle in this course and also five directional signposts to help you.
After this you should have a good handle on basic improvising on the C harmonica in all 12 keys.
You can also transfer all this to all the other 11 keys of diatonic harp as well so it's gold dust!
So watch the free 10 minutes and see if you think you will benefit.
Ben Hewlett is passionate about teaching people like you how to play the harmonica really well.
Ben's video courses are here and if you prefer pesonal coaching and mentoring from Ben please visit www.harmonicamastery.com.
He works hard using his teaching skills to figure out how he can help you get better as a player, understand more, have more fun, and he hopes you will enjoy sharing his love of the harmonica and music in general.
He has attracted nearly 50,000 on-line harmonica students with 70,000 courses purchased and has nearly 5 thousand Youtube subscribers showing nearly 2 million views. They can't all be wrong!
Ben is the Vice-President of HarmonicaUK - the community for UK harmonica players
He has been a full-time Professional Harmonica Instructor since 1995
Ben is a qualified harmonica teacher and was awarded the Accredited Diatonic Harmonica Teacher Certificate in 1993 - HTAB (Harmonica Teachers Accreditation Board, supported by Lee Oskar Harmonicas, HarmonicaUK and the International Harmonica Organisation)
Ben is a qualified music workshop leader and was awarded the Certificate of Music Workshop Skills (Goldsmiths University of London) in 1995
Ben is a qualified music teacher and was awarded the Certificate of Teaching - Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in 2002 (CTABRSM)
StartLatin, Country and bluegrass using major key improvising (4:49)
StartImprovisation in minor key Irish music (4:02)
PreviewMinor pentatonic improvisation in Gregorian Chant (5:20)
StartMore in E (3:07)
StartGeorgia in F impro (8:52)
StartGeorgia in G impro (9:27)
StartJazz in A minor (5:30)
StartFunk improvisation in B (7:35)