This weekend I had the pleasure of attending a friend’s birthday party and at some point during the night found myself on the porch with a harmonica and a small audience. It’s always nice to play for people who really enjoy the music. I played this little jam on my Lee Oskar harmonic minor in C and I have to say that, as much as I love the harmonic minor harps, I am really itching to get a Seydel in harmonic minor. Unfortunately, they don’t offer a harmonic minor tuning as standard on their 1847 line of harps (which are BEAUTIFUL instruments to play!). Fortunately, however, they do offer customizable reed plates in all of their harps. So I can get a harmonic minor in an 1847 Silver (my current favorite harp) or an 1847 Noble (the harp I want most desperately to try next) but it’s going to cost me a few cents more. That’s alright. I’ve dedicated a jar on the bookshelf to saving for a Seydel 1847 Noble in Low D harmonic minor (looks like you can’t get any lower than a low D). (Unless one of you dear readers works for Seydel, in which case I’d love to do a review for you!) In the meantime, though, enjoy this Jam on Warren’s porch!