McDuff School for jazz guitarists 1 of 6
Ken Brown September 29, 01
One can't underestimate the contribution to jazz guitar that a musician like Jack McDuff makes. By inviting upcoming players to hone their skill under his tutalage, he is passing down to future generations what jazz is all about. The stuff that only can be learned on the bandstand. Sadly there are fewer and fewer places where an aspiring guitarist can take that last step to enter the mainstream of his craft.
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