Keyboard Harmonica Blues Recording

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    Hi All,

    Here is a recording of me improvising with keyboard harmonicas and Hammond organ over a blues track I purchased:

    The first and second keyboard harmonica solos are using a Hohner Piano HM27 through an Shure SM57 mic and then into an MXR Custom Comp compressor and then into a Vox AC-10 tube amp using amp reverb.

    The third solo is a Hammond XK-3c organ with comping by a Hohner Piano HM27 keyboard harmonica through an SM57 mic into a Presonus RC-500 channel strip with a Lone Wolf Blues Company Harp Delay in the effects loop and then into the board.

    Fourth solo is a Hohner Piano HM26 keyboard harmonica with the same setup as the keyboard harmonica in the third comping verse.

    Note wah wah effects and frequency modulation.

    Lowboy Bootay



    Nice Groove Lowboy, keep them coming.

    Daren Banarsë
    Daren Banarsë

    Great sound Lowboy


    Alan Brinton

    Very nice!


    Joanna Funk

    That’s great, all those different melodica sounds, And lots of space. V cool Lowboy


    Russell Lechleiter

    Real nice! Thanks for sharing.

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