Charlie McCoy solo on Waltz Across Texas

Written by harmonicajoe

Topics: Harmonica Lessons, Harmonica Playing

Here’s an easy Charlie McCoy harmonica solo on the Ernest Tubb song Waltz Across Texas.

To play it you will need a diatonic harmonica in the key of D and country tuned. Country tuning is simply the 5th hole draw note raised a half step. When played in crossharp, this note is changed from the dominant seventh to the major seventh. Charlie McCoy used this tuning often.

In this solo he stays very close to the melody of the song. Get the Ernest Tubb recording of the song an listen to his phrasing. He really makes the most of a short solo which in turn makes the song and that’s what counts.

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