I want to learn how to play tasteful rhythm guitar for accordion based musette valses. I'm thinking of rhythm in the style of the accompagnement for the old recordings of f.e. Gus Viseur, Tony Murena or Jo Privat.
I know that there are plenty of sheets with the rhythm chords written on them and I'm able to play rhythm that fits and is ok. But when I listen to f.e. how the Ferret brothers did it on those old recordings their chosen voicings are much more coherent and there is much voice leading happening through slash chords or bass lines.
I'm ok at transcribing solos but I struggle listening out small details and exact voicings/chords from those old recordings. Two things to consider: I can't read music (tabs work of course)and I don't know french. I saw at the djangobooks store that there are books like this one: https://www.djangobooks.com/Item/astuces-de-la-guitare-manouche-vol-3 but I guess the tabs refer to the solos. As described above, chord sheets with only the respective chords are of no use to me, I would need the exact notes that happen in the rhythm, note by note in tablature form. Or videos/tutorials where I can see what's happening on the fretboard.
Are there resources where I can learn that style from or do you have other tips for me?
P.S.: I uploaded an little impression of how I play musette rhythm at the moment when I play the voicings I know on a chord sheet for Swing Valse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpErCDKZTqI It works and I guess it's ok but I want more than that haha