I have noticed that the table posted on Mon Dec 24, 2018 11:52 am
(above) shows that this particular key of Super-Circular excels chordally
in the song keys of Cmajor and Fmajor. For melodic
play that tuning can make the Cmajor diatonic scale without bends ... but what about the Fmajor diatonic scale?
In the diagram below, we see the original "core" of Super-Circular from the 1 blow to the 6 draw. But here I have extended it to the left
by one channel, in order to begin an Fmajor diatonic scale with no bends
In a 10-hole format
, this change would not allow the uppermost octave to be in PowerChromatic, so I had to choose a more compact tuning. One unit of Solo tuning fills this need. However, in the context of a longer harmonica
, PowerChromatic, Pentabender and some other tunings become possibilities for this uppermost octave.
Fmajor diatonic scale without bends: "0" draw to 4 blow, plus one note below and two notes above.
Cmajor diatonic scale without bends: 2 draw to 9 blow, plus one note above.
Aminor diatonic scale without bends: 5 blow to 8 draw, plus five notes below and two notes above.
ADDENDUM, JANUARY 30, 2019:
Changing the E3 (below) to an Eb3 would give us an Ebmaj chord
, which is probably far more useful than the Edim shown.
https://www.brendan-power.com/forum/dow ... iew&id=423