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Amazing left hand. He has great speed, but I'm not moved. I compared their Somewhere over the Rainbow and like Antoine Boyer's a lot more.
I don't disagree. Grasso sounds sometimes like he's trying to be Joe Pass on steroids. He's great in a small combo setting. Boyer certainly has some great harmonic ideas. My old fave in this kind of bag is Tuck Andress.
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As an intermediate player of many years experience, I was working with a teacher a few years ago who observed "You play very well for somebody with such small hands." It was an epiphany for me - no previous teacher in 50 years had ever said anything about my hand size. I was playing guitars that were too big for me. I got a 630 scale instrument recently, but now age and arthritis have taken their toll. The 630 is noticeably easier to manage, but alas I still can't play worth a hoot.