Great bending practice on Harmonica – Pachelbel’s Canon in D

Apr 24, 2019 | Advanced Intermediate Harmonica Lessons, Technique

Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson, where I will be teaching you how to play the accompaniment to Pachelbel’s Canon in D. This might seem like a weird thing to be playing on harmonica but it is actually excellent practice for getting those bends in tune down low.

You will need a harmonica in the key of G and we will be playing in 2nd position in the key of D.




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