Reply To: Sonny Boy Williamson Apparently Covering the Outlet Slots on His Harmonica


High, Lowboy!
Uninterrupted change of timbre certainly reproduces the effect of the speaker of the human voice, and not only by wah-wah. It is true that the harp is most suitable for this purpose; where you can even hear the words. In search of an example for sound of melodica, I stopped at American saxophonist Archie Shepp, who enjoys chewing movements of the mouth, thus edging closer the sound to the spoken. Unfortunately , on melodica sound modulation is small, probably also because of shape and size of mouthpiece (tap-hole) .

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