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Anyone know what f-hole guitar Amati Schmitt is playing in this and other videos? Sounds great (of course it's the player, but . . . .). Any chance it's Leo Eimers' "Amati" model?
I think I've read it's a Rodrigo Shopis. I don't know the exact model.
I don't know the answer, but suspect rudolfochrist is correct. Here's an old thread that shows him playing another Shopis model (petite bouche).
Just looking at the guitars, I see the unique inlay both above the nut and the half-moon below the 0 fret as well being present on the OPs guitars. Plus the tailpiece looks the same on the Baroette as on this F-hole. Not definitive proof, but I'd say good enough for me. I don't see any of those features on the Eimers model.
It is a Shopis. I've been in love with that guitar since I first saw it.
Totally unrelated but wow, Amati's got fantastic technique - no wasted motion at all
Does anyone have a grille they can share for Miro Django?
More or less.....I'm not great at IReal charts, but it was good practice.
To my ear, the second bar is Em. At least I think the bass is playing E note. Although in the second A section I like how G is pushing the harmony forward. I'd probably play it like that if I were to play it with the band. Also in the first ending, even though C#7 is correct, Fdim harmony sounds nicer to me.
nice Buco! I think you are right about the Em, I'm playing an Em6 voicing (G in the Bass voicing) and thinking of it as G6. It's fun how you can grow a larger awareness of the song by trying to figure it out yourself and listening to bass notes and elements of melody to further suggest harmony.
I might edit the pdf above after playing thru it a couple times