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  • BillDaCostaWilliamsBillDaCostaWilliams Barreiro, Portugal✭✭✭ Mateos, Altamira M01F, Huttl
    Posts: 642

    My experience very much chimes with yours @Twang

    Lots and lots of valuable material on Joscho's site but you do need focus and self-discipline to get the best from it.

    Yakov and Robin Nolan provide more personalised attention and could be better for guiding one from beginner onwards.

    Does rather depend on what's your own best learning context.

    Twang
  • TDogTDog Victoria, BCNew Shelley Park Montmartre; Cigano GJ 5
    Posts: 37

    I have done some of the Yakov Hoter courses and had memberships in the Rosenberg and Joscho programs.

    I agree with the comments that the Yakov courses are best for beginners - especially the triads and arpeggio courses.

    Re: Rosenberg vs Joscho, I found that the Rosenberg site was more of a collection of transcriptions of his solos, while the Joscho site seems like he has given more thought to creating an accessible collection of idiomatic licks in both the early and later Django style which is what I was looking for.

    For that reason, I found the Joscho site better for me.

    billyshakes
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