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Anyone working on note for note Django and/or Step on mando?
What piece, and how is it sitting?<br /> <br /> I find some lines sit really nicely and others just don't have the same effect due to the fingering...
Two note-for-note Django solos!
The next two months at the Rosenberg Academy are two special months. Stochelo will be teaching two great note-for-note Django solos: "Django's Tiger …
WTB Bireli Lagrene Guitar Project 12 Note for Note guitar t
I got this DVD a few weeks and just found out about this book:<br /> <br /> Bireli Lagrene Guitar Project<br /> <br /> 12 Note for Note guitar transc…
Does anyone have any methods for learning solos note-by-note?
I want to start transcribing Django solos, but as you know, speeds are often blazing fast and difficult to catch. You have to constantly rewind to ex…
My attempt at Billets Doux (Note by note solo by A.Moignard)
Here is my attempt at Adrien's solo on Selmer # 607's first CD. <br /> It is reeeeaaaallly slow compared to the original.<br /> Why? Because unlike A…
Band in a box file for Notes noires
A nice backing track I've made to practice over Notes noires by Fapy Lafertin. You can find the guitar tab in my website. Slow down the tempo if you …
Unsure of best method with GP for this type of seq of notes
I have GP book, and understand the string change always a downstroke rule, but have not seen this addressed:<br /> <br /> Ok, assume please that thes…
Wamble Liner Notes
I just picked up Doug Wamble's new album (along with Christian Escoudé's "A Suite for Gypsies"...Amoeba Records rules!) and was perusing the liner no…
Anyone knows the chords of this tune by Fapy?
Buzzing on D notes?
Sorry if we're only supposed to talk about sel-macs here, but this is about my archtop and nobody seems to know how to fix this. I get a buzz on the …
Looking for Photos of Michael Dunn Guitars for new website
Michael Dunn is building a new website that I think will be a real show stopper. However, many of his beautiful instruments are not where they can be…
Genuine Tortoise shell for sale, is this for real???
[url=http://www.americanheadhunters.com/reptiles.html]http://www.americanheadhunters.com/reptiles.html[/url]<br /> <br /> This left me scratching my …
NOTES on using the Schertler DYN-G
I have learned a lot in using the DYN-G for 3 years now. I have a few things to say about it:<br /> <br /> Many problems with the DYN-G might be rel…
Comping Using 4 note "Drop-2" Chords
I have been going through the comping section (by far the most fun section!) and I have been thinking about your section on chord scales. You write …
Looking for brass tuners for my selmer style guitar
Hi all, i'be been tinkering with my guitar for some time as some of my previous threads show. Its a Gitane Saga DG250M which i stripped and coated in…
Repertoire for performing for a music academy
I need some help choosing repertoire for performing for a music academy.<br /> <br /> I am going to try and join a music university in Norway. Unfort…
Huge Hurdle: Bad notes.
Sorry for my first post being a begging one but here goes:<br /> <br /> I've got gypsy picking recently, and have been working through the techniques…
2004 Dale Unger Archtop for trade/sale, looking for Dupont
I have a Dale Unger Archtop (details below) for trade or sale. I only play gypsy style now and this guitar doesn't get played at all. I'm looking f…
looking for voicings for this progression
the first 3 chords in the bridge of dinah, it also crops up in montagne sainte-genevieve. <br /> <br /> Em / EmΔ / Em7 <br /> <br /> the cosimini boo…
Simple notes, Complex changes
I wonder how much of this is where it's at- using simple ideas like triads, small intervals etc. and playing them over more complex changes than that…
brazil, note for note
Atco (southern nj)
edited March 2010
Django's Brazil is maybe the only song I ever wanted to learn note for note.
Does anyone know if anyone has ever taken the time to do this and is it available anywhere?
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