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Gypsy Jazz Fakebook ((FREE))


Man, what can I say? I just got the Django book and tracks from you today. Judas Priest on a pony what a helluva workout. Just what I wanted. Perfectomundo!! I know a lot of the tunes and so I just jammed and jammed until I noticed my shirt was soaked. Didn't even think I'd worked up a sweat. I don't know how the Hal Leonard book is, but I'm sure it's OK or you wouldn't sell it. All I can say is, you made one Djangophile velly velly happy with this setup. I don't know who's playing guitar and bass (didn't bother to look), but they comp perfectly. My poor old Gypsy jazz guitar is saying, "Whaaaaaaaattttt"??!!!!! What a great way to practice and get the chops up to par. Haven't practiced this much since years ago when I got your Ellington, Basie, and Burnin' Up CD's. You really filled a great void here, because no one plays this stuff where I live, and I have a feeling I'm going to be in the downstairs musicroom for a long time. In fact I may take the tracks to my single gig and play it through my amp for one set. Thanks so much for making this one. Continued success. Gotta go. Practice, practice, practice. I want to eventually play the Carnegie..........................Library, ha. Arkansas RedIncludes 13 great tunes from the famous "Gypsy Jazz" era and a tribute song, all performed in an authentic style by a masterful guitar trio. Swinging and fun to play! Be sure to listen to the demonstration tracks under the "audio samples" tab, above. For all instruments.Rhythm Section: Dave Stryker (Acoustic Maccaferri-Style Guitar); Bill Mooring (Bass); Colby Inzer (Drums)Album Contents:Sweet Georgia BrownRose RoomBei Mir Bist Du SchonSwing 42Django's CloudAfter You've GoneLimehouse BluesBody And SoulThe Sheik Of ArabyMinor SwingMontagne Sainte GenevieveSwing GuitarsThe World Is Waiting For The Sunrise




Gypsy Jazz Fakebook


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One of my other musical interests is gypsy jazz. In that community, a lot of players use "grilles" for the chord changes for songs. It looks more like a table in Excel than sheet music - 1 measure per block. Small enough to fit on a 4x6 card and easy to follow once you get the hang if them. Have any of you used charts like these?


One of my other musical interests is gypsy jazz. Inthat community, a lot of players use "grilles" for thechord changes for songs. It looks more like a table inExcel than sheet music - 1 measure per block. Smallenough to fit on a 4x6 card and easy to follow once youget the hang if them. Have any of you used charts likethese?


Tele295 - I was trying hard to learn gypsy jazz guitar before I discovered surf. I have mapped out many tunes using a grille approach. Surf/instro can be a bit of a challenge to chart since the songs often depart from standard AABA...part of its charm, I think. Every try charting Link Wray??? 041b061a72


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