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Following the advice (and hyperlink) from @chasly, Hohner ultimately provided the exact information I needed. I only added colors and formatting. Thank you Chasly! Thank you, Hohner support! Hohner Comet 80 - C side Hohner Comet 80 - F side Hohner Comet 80 - G side


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Some good points have already been made regarding whether this is typical and how feasible it is. One thing you will definitely need is a good understanding of how the harmonica is laid out. This is something that educators have struggled to expedite in their students because the best tools have been the harmonica itself, which is obviously opaque while ...


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caveat: I'm not an expert, but I've learned a little bit from my grandfather. You can get the effect you want by puckering up to produce a really small hole, but you'll probably be better off in the long run doing either tongue-blocking or vertical slot. I was taught to play a single note using tongue-blocking, where you cover other holes using your tongue ...


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Just blow and suck and figure it out in a piano or other instrument. You could even post a recording here and someone could tell you.


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Your Comet could be up to 50 years old.It uses the tremolo system, easily Googled. Holes 7 to 13 produce a full diatonic major scale. Be aware that your H is a lot of people's B (si or ti). You can map it yourself, as each hole produces one note from the diatonic scale, whether blown or drawn. Block off surrounding holes, and listen to each hole in turn. ...


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