Are something you’ll be doing pretty soon if you’re playing the blues, the blues is very much an improvised music (& so is jazz) so it’s all about learning the building blocks then making your own vision.
Here are some clips of harp solos I’ve done on various albums over the years.
If you’d like me to tab any of them out or explain how to play them, then let me know!
Chicago blues style, in the key of G using a C-harp in second position.
Trouble at my Door
Slow 12-bar blues in the key of C, using an F-harp in second position.
Groovy blues harp solo in A using a D-harp in second position.
Thrill is Gone
Classic blues in the key of B minor using an A-harp in 3rd Position.