Diagrams of well-known tunings

Anything apart from the two mainstream default harmonicas (Solo-tuned fully-valved chromatic, and un-valved Richter 10-hole diatonic). Alternate tunings, different construction, new functionality, interesting old designs, wishful-thinking... whatever!
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“Easy 3rd / Do it!” tuning, by Dale King

Post by IaNerd » Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:41 pm

NOTE: Sources on the web show some disagreement as to the 7 draw note. For C major tuning, some show it as a B, and others show a D. Please PM IaNerd if you can clarify this.


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Re: Diagrams of well-known tunings

Post by triona » Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:57 am

On my Seydel 1847 it is B.

Following the "definition" of "Do-it" as I know it, this is correct:
Draw 2 and Draw 3 one wholetone lower each than Standard Richter, all the rest the same as Richter.


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Re: THE TWO "DO IT!" POSTS, ABOVE

Post by IaNerd » Tue Sep 04, 2018 5:37 pm

I have created a separate thread dedicated to discussing the two (or more?) versions of Dale King's "Do it!" tuning. That thread is here: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=255

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