I love GEORGY GIRL...the movie and the song.
It was one of the first songs I learned to play on a diatonic and I "messed around" with it on a chromatic.
The nice thing about eric33's version is that it has the bridge (if that's the correct term) in the middle of the performance that I haven't found in the tabs I've seen. Good stuff!
I've had stuff from China arrive in one week...or TEN WEEKS. Most of the time, my packages are a bit late so don't panic if it doesn't show up on time. I've never had a package from China go missing.
The notes on my Suzuki SS-37 Soprano are laid out like piano keys. Suzuki even makes a point of saying that it is easy to play, "if you can play the piano..." which, of course, I can't.
It's a blow only, valveless chromatic. It's very expensive (though, as always, I found a real deal).
I've said it before and I'll say it again: I wish harmonica makers would put some engineering brainpower into improving windsavers.
Some of these chroms have a lot of design work incorporated into them. For example my Suzuki Sirius is a very expensive chrom that incorporates internal brass weights which are supposed to alter the sound. It has a silver plated mouth piece to encourage saliva production. It has a slider design that is supposed to be more airtight and it has a special spring design. These are all features contributing to an advanced, high quality design.
But, after all that, they glue on the same crappy, $.001 strips of plastic for valves.
C'mon guys. It's 2017. You're charging several hundred bucks for a quality chrom and you can't come up with something better?
The thing about Elvis music is that a lot of it is so well suited to the harmonica.
It's kinda' like Beatles music. I sometimes wonder if Lennon and/or McCartney used a harmonica when writing music because I've found that Beatles music tends to be very "harpable" .
Here's a quick entry. FOLLOW THAT DREAM is short simple song so I actually just performed it twice to stretch it out. As usual, I apologize for the low volume which occurs when I record through my amp. I have everything turned to the max but it records at a low level.
BTW, I think this may be my first posting here with my Special 20. The SP20 was my very first harmonica. It's a very nice harp but Hohners are now too expensive in Canada so it's the only SP20 I own.
I just received a Low F Fabulous in Just tuning...and I already have a Low F Fabulous in Equal.
So, did I need another Low F Fab simply for a relatively minor tuning difference? Of course not. I needed it because I got it for about $50.00US. Once again, I hit the secret formula and got this Fab at a near 80% discount...brand new, factory sealed with paperwork and the proper anti-corrosion paper wrapping (so the silver won't tarnish). As is my rule, it's less a question of what I NEED as opposed to what I CAN"T PASS UP! I'll buy pretty much ANY harmonica if it can be had for a huge discount.