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Who do you want to start off playing like? The two Walter lick book is incredible but might be a tad advanced. I forgot the title.
"Though much is taken, much abides; And though we are not now that strength which once moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are; One equal temper of heroic hearts, made weak by time and fate, but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield." - Sir Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Don Baker beginning blues harp' is a good book /cd.. think that's the name.it got me started on my blues harp journey.... key of C' harp is a common starting key... just start out learning basic tunes.Michael row the boat ashore' , Yankee doodle dandy' and last of the summer wine' tune etc.... just stick with it and find yourself an empty field or building to practise in , to save any relationship... as its not a pretty sound when your learning See if this link works https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Beginning-Blues-Harp-Book-CD-by-Baker-Don-Book-The-Cheap-Fast-Free-Post/142499108096?epid=111775017&hash=item212d9bd500:g:jS0AAOSwySlaKrFXI think it was a Don Baker book I had , complete with cassette. Whereas most guitar tutorial stuff freaked me out his book was easy to follow and I made steady progress. Shame I didn't keep it up really and I've forgotten loads but I still do some simple harp in my band, just on a couple of numbers, and the basic techniques are still there. My dog howls if I practice at home and it's fairly anti social, I probably need to rebuy the book and sit in the car with it!