The Caline Old School Reverb: Good for the (low) price
I was gifted a Caline Old School Reverb pedal for Chistmas. It's a decent reverb for the low price, and it's a useful piece for demonstrating what a reverb pedal does and what features to look for. Check out the video. You're gonna like this...
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My lightweight pedal rig for playing through the PA
This is the rig I used with a Bulletini mic at the show I did last Sunday (25 September 2022), straight into the PA. All the basic harmonica food groups are here represented, but at the show I only used the Joyo American Sound and…
Don’t blow so f—in’ hard!
The people who blow their harps out frequently don’t like to be told that the reason their harps fail is that they’re playing too hard. But that’s the only reason why anyone burns through a lot of harps. The ONLY reason. So if you’re burning…
“It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry” Live
My performance of Bob Dylan's song. As Jimi Hendrix said while playing "Like a Rolling Stone" at Monterey, "Yeah, I messed up the lyrics. So what?" Lead harp recorded with a Suzuki Manji harmonica in G, played in 2nd position through a Bulletini mic into...
“Why Should I Make History” LIVE
The rhythm section for this version of my song "Why Should I Make History" was recorded with a Philadelphia-based rhythm section in 2017. The version heard here is designed for on stage performance. Here I'm singing lead and playing a Hohner Crossover harmonica in C...
50 Grand live!
Live harmonica and vocal on this performance of my rhumba blues "50 Grand". I'm playing a Kongsheng Soloist in Bb through a Bulletini mic into a Line 6 HX Stomp running a Supro amp model with delay and reverb. The backing tracks was recorded for...
“Lightnin Bounce” live
Live harmonica with prerecorded backing tracks for my piece "Lightnin Bounce". The harmonica is a Marine Band Deluxe in A, Country tuning, played in 2nd position into a Bulletini mic and a Line 6 HX Stomp running a Bassman amp model with delay and spring...
“Disconnected Blues” live
Live vocal and harmonica with prerecorded backing tracks for my song "Disconnected Blues". The first harmonica choruses are played in 2nd position on a Seydel Lightning in A, which transitions to 3rd position on a Seydel 1847 Classic in D. Bulletini mic and Line 6...
Two chunks of “The Thing You Love”
Check out the harp solo and harp outtro from my new piece “The Thing You Love”. Notes: “The Thing You Love” by Richard Hunter. Harmonica recorded May 1 2021. Lucky 13 harmonica in D, played in second position (Dorian) minor. Signal chain includes a Bulletini…
Richard Hunter with George Lesiw: I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water
Another performance recorded December 19, 2019. I'm using a Bulletini mic with a Fender Mustang III v.2 amp running a Bassman patch I created for the Bulletini. It's a nice big sound even though the harp is an E or thereabouts. More to come from...
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