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Postby justjack » Thu Jul 31, 2003 5:58 am

There's an english index link to what I think is this same page in the Links section, but for some reason I can't seem to get it to work. So, if anyone's looking, try this one...
http://jazz.chansons.free.fr/guitarejazz2.htm
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Postby Cor » Sun Aug 03, 2003 10:38 pm

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Author of Super Guitar Chord Finder
http://www.ready4music.com
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Postby djangology » Mon Aug 04, 2003 3:15 pm

I bet most of you have never seen this page:

http://banjo.boya.to/django/chordbook.html
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Postby banjo » Wed Aug 06, 2003 4:37 pm

>http://banjo.boya.to/django/chordbook.htm

I'm an authur of that web site.
Also you can listen to my some sound clips at:
http://banjo.boya.to/django/column.html?sound01

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Postby djangology » Wed Aug 06, 2003 5:33 pm

very cool little archive of charts... i love it when i find new stuff like your site. keep up the good work on your site. :-)
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Postby justjack » Sun Aug 10, 2003 5:35 am

Banjo,

Nice job! It looks like you're into Bechet, too, no? Why more people aren't playing Petite Fleur, I don't know. And tell us, what's the scene like in Tokyo?

welcome aboard,
Jack.
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Postby Thrip » Tue Aug 12, 2003 5:41 pm

Here's a nice site:

http://www.realbook.us/
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Postby Cor » Wed Aug 13, 2003 2:45 am

That's what I call a great link, thanks :D
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Postby justjack » Wed Aug 13, 2003 6:01 am

Nice work, Thrip- the key changer is great; I wish more folks used it.

Cor, check here for similar stuff:
http://www.guitar-primer.com/Charts/index2.html
Also, a leisurely stroll through old posts can often yield all sorts of great stuff like this. Make some coffee, settle in, enjoy!
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nice sounds banjo

Postby woodshedder » Wed Aug 13, 2003 2:28 pm

nice sounds banjo! and thanks for sharing. who else here has sound samples?

hey, howcome no one welcomed me to the board? where's my fruitcake?
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Postby djangology » Wed Aug 13, 2003 3:10 pm

thats a funny avatar woodshedder. :-) welcome aboard! do you really jam out in the woodshed?
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Postby Jan Primus » Wed Aug 13, 2003 3:32 pm

Woodshedding is an old term for someone playing along with the group, generally leaning on the others for support.
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Postby Thrip » Wed Aug 13, 2003 5:38 pm

Jan Primus wrote:Woodshedding is an old term for someone playing along with the group, generally leaning on the others for support.


I understand it to be when someone takes themselves off the scene for a while in order to do some serious practise ("woodshedding"), to return later in order to blow everybody else off the bandstand with their new chops. A good example being when Charlie Parker took himself off into the woods for a number of months, returning with his whole new conception of jazz.
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Postby Jan Primus » Wed Aug 13, 2003 8:15 pm

Well that certainly sounds better than mine. It was explained to me that way by a bunch of old barbershop singers who encouraged you to woodshed off someone who really knew the part.

Ahhh Barbershop, one of those things that is a blast to do , but it has the same problem as being caught riding around on a moped. You just dont want your friends to see you doing it. Before I really hack off the moped riding intelligentia here, I am kidding OK!
That was an oxymoron wasnt it? Hehehehe I really make myself laugh sometimes...
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Postby woodshedder » Wed Aug 13, 2003 9:29 pm

woodshedding, as in going off somewhere by yourself to get your chops up to speed sos you can play like (or with) the pubas. *bows lowly, glad to be here!
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