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  • Just started my seven day trial for a dollar. (August 17, 2020) Looking forward to checking out some of the course offerings.

  • 65 years ago (1955) my mom bought me a 64 Chromonica for $29.95. I put it in a drawer for 50 years, but am now determined to pick up where I left off. Just bought a new 64 for $299.95 (inflation, yikes) for myself and so mom can hear me (from up above) once again. Great site Yvonnick! Anxious to jump in.

  • Guys I’ve just finished the fundamental techniques course and I’ve struggled. A lot of the terminology Yvonnick uses goes right over my head. I don’t know if I’m being hard on myself or that after finishing that course I should know these things Is there a better course to start on here for complete beginners?
    Thank you in advance

  • Greetings Sarah,

    Thanks for reaching out!

    I would love to help you.

    Would you be interested in taking a private lesson with me so I can better guide you?

    This would allow me to set aside the time to listen to you play and give you constructive feedback in order to point you in the right direction.

    If that’s not something you’re interested in, you can post a video of yourself playing a song or one of the exercises and I can give you some pointers upon viewing the video.


  • I have played the diatonic harmonica for 50 years, as a high performing amateur musician, and had the honor of sitting in with some great bands: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Asleep At The Wheel, Hot Club Of Cowtown. I play regularly in a couple of pickup bands here in Austin. I love jazz and Brazilian and I’ve struggled to play the chrom as long as I’ve played a 10-holer. I read music poorly, but I have a good ear. I desperately want to get better on the chrom. I play decent heads (muscle memory) but I still struggle with improv. An acquaintance recently told me about this website for chrom instruction—who knew!? So here I am.

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