Am trying to write a song in F# which is the kindest key on my voice. I want to lay some harp over the song but am getting way confused, I don’t often work in F# making matters worse.
Always thought the V chord in any key was the harp key for cross harp? However, playing a E harp over F# sounds quite cool.
The V chord for my song in F# would be C# but I don’t have that key in any harmonica.
So why is the E harp sounding cool & should I try out a C# harp as well, to see how that sounds as well?
Update: [font=times new roman]originally I thought the harp was a B but it was in E, which means I’m playing a tone beneath the key of F#, still sounds cool. The cross harp key will be the IV which is in fact B, I do not have this harp.
Playing a tone below a song’s key is apparently ‘slant harp’.[/font]