Tremolo

Tremolo harmonica notes in c

Tremolo harmonica notes in c

The Tremolo is a diatonic instrument, the diagram shows the layout for one in C. Notice that it has all the C scale notes (C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C). For the 21 hole Tremolo shown in the diagram, a single note (B) is missing at the top. Again, just like a diatonic in C.

  1. What key is my tremolo harmonica in?
  2. Is the tremolo harmonica hard to play?
  3. Where is the C note on a harmonica?

What key is my tremolo harmonica in?

Similar to the 10 hole harmonica, the tremolo harmonica is a "diatonic" instrument, meaning that it is tuned to one key. So, to play in the key of C you use a tremolo in C, to play in G you use a tremolo in G and so on.

Is the tremolo harmonica hard to play?

The tremolo harmonica is different. No bending is required. In fact, bending is difficult with the double reeds, and rarely done. The tremolo is therefore easier for tunes than the 10 hole, because note bending is not needed.

Where is the C note on a harmonica?

Look at holes 4 to 7. The notes from these holes are C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C, which make up a C major scale. Not surprising for a harmonica in the key of C.

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