Thank you very much Daniel! Everything comes with tablatures and the concepts are very easy to understand, even though they are in French and I am not proficient in French. Login to enhance your online experience. The text are in French but kept to a minimum.
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The books is a series of etudes of some common GJ chords, with some not so common material thrown in as well. This book will help in two ways - the etudes are excellent ways to build technique. Some of the passages are difficult and getting full etudes up to speed should be considered an accomplishment. Also, there are many idiomatic licks to be mined. Some of the licks are quite modern sounding and would be good to add to your bag o tricks. Each etude seems to incorporate 2 passes through a series of changes.
Some of them are set up in a fashion where the first pass is more melodic and the second pass takes a little more technique. Nonetheless, if you work well with books like the GB How I learned Series and know how to use them both for lick mining and as technical etudes, I would suggest picking up this book. I just got my copy of the "25 pieces" book at last months Django in June But I like it a lot, and I think you will, too.
Which may even be true of this one, who knows? But I think even guys who just buy the book to cherry-pick some good licks out of it I find each of the 25 pieces seems to take at least a week or two to master
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