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    Hi PapsPier,

    I got your name from one of your student which you thought him the 2 finger Django solos. I am Umut from Istanbul and I am 49 years old. How can you help me to play Django 2 Finger solos ? Or I can buy your books , notes , pdfs or other resources.

    Thank you very much and Have an wonderful weekend.


    Mustafa Umut Sarac

    mustafaumutsarac@gmail.com

    You can send me email if you want.

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    • PapsPier
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      Hi, I am sorry but I dont really play 2 finger solo. I transcribed several Django solo but I use the fingering which is convenient for me, not the 2 finger version. Sorry, good luck
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    Hi Alexis. I hear you have a guitar made by Jerome Duffell. Just wondering how you like it, and how it compares to other Gypsy jazz guitars.

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    Paul

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    • padma
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      HI Paul , It's a very good instrument and very modern for the genre . The touch is pretty slick with no rough corners, so from that point of view is a piece of art. The tone of his guitars is supreme, great bounce with lively treble .Mine though is pretty dry sounding which I like although that is not what Jerome is up to these days I think , his newest models that I 've seen are much more upgraded than my own model , and they are all about the tone .

      You might find it slightly easier to play with some other makes that exist out there but personally when it comes to tone I found some of those models pretty limited compared to mine , you might have to spend some time getting the juice out of a Duffel guitar but on the long run the broad spectrum of sounds that it gives you pays back all the effort and personally this process upgraded my playing a lot.

      The guitar also gives a pretty BIG sound and while going through an amp using a mic I can reach high amplified levels without feedback which is also a plus .



      I hope that's helpful
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