WOAH. Throat Vibrato?

So I’ve been playing for only a few weeks, and I’ve already learned some bending. I decided to just watch a bunch of JP Allen’s videos on youtube, and I got to the throat vibrato. Hearing people saying it’s challenging, I decided to try it and realized I’ve been doing it since I was a kid to make, as he said, machine gun sounds. So ladies and gentlemen, I believe I (as a beginner) can use my mediocre throat vibrato.
Go me!

Good job keep it up making quick work of this harmonica. Some people it just comes naturally
Your bound to hit some challenges though so stay focused

Harp On!!

It’s like I say to my friends and family…
I only do poorly at things I hate. XD
When I love something, I had better be the best at it!

Keep on harpin’!

TJ
Throat vibrato is the result of the “glotis” vibrating. I myself have had a vibrato/tremelo in my speech patterns my entire adult life. Another cool effect I use with blow notes, is to hum while I’m executing the note, chord, or octave. With a lttle practice you can hum the same note, or add a third between an octave. Give it a try, I think you’ll find it intriguing.
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