Hi, some of my students asked me recently to put some soundfiles up of my playing
- these four pieces are both guitar and harmonica together (harmonica in a rack)
- my favorite way to play harmonica!

Hope you like them - E Matthew

Turn your speakers up!

Folk - Oh Shenandoah


Blues - LikeHelpMe

New Acoustic - LoveWorks  from Harmonica SuperStart

Video: Celtic medley: Road to Lisdoonvarna,
Drowsy Maggie 
 

 

Any comments you'd like to make?
Thanks! 

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Can the guy who wrote this play the harmonica? You  decide

 

 how to play the harmonica Paul Finley

What Matthew, and in his book, knows how to do is TEACH. I had the privilege of many genius teachers in my days; real teaching skill is better than gold.

Paul Finley,
Professional
Musician and
Recording Artist, Austin, Texas
www.paulfinley
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"dear matthew,  

i would like to tell you how great my playing has
improved over the past 4 months since i have used your
system. i have "love works" and "dobro swamp" down pat and
sounding good!!!!! i am now working on "harp you got it"
track. i have even started playing at work and draw a
good crowd

( i'm gunna start charging for the concert
lol)
 

sincerely,

Greg A Helland jr"







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
I have been trying/learning to play the harp since my retirement 2 years ago. spent hundreds of dollars on everything that i have come across on the web. even flew to a jam camp (which was ok-but too advanced for me) and finally came across your stuff. its great, mostly because you make it so much fun. the superstart cd is terrific and easy to use makes me want to practice more and more. thanks so much for offering this kind of instruction material. i probably am what a lot of people might be inasmuch as i am always looking for a secret to becoming a harmonica player but i finally found the secret thanks to your stuff, practice, practice and have fun while doing it. thanks again. ralph weiler 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Jimi Hendrix said something like:  

"I'm OK at
playing lead, but I'm the best rhythm guitar player you ever heard".

Even Hendrix attached more importance to rhythm than lead.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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