Yet another humbling experience. . . .
I'm talking about the one finger double stops mentioned on p. 5 of Unaccompanied Django and illustrated on the following page, the ones you do with the tip of your finger. I don't have meaty fingers and this does not come naturally to me. Add on the thumb and I'm in serious trouble.
My question is how best to go about learning to do this. Beginning with a D flat 9 chord is probably not going to work. It seems logical to start with Em in first position and add some chords I can slide into, like F#M and A7 flat 9 flat 5. (Both changes occur in the Nuages outro. )
I'm also considering a prosthetic device. . . .
Advice is welcome!