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I am a chemist by profession. I needed to study industrial microbiology and pharmacology for professional reasons - and rather a lot of other stuff, but robotics, computers, finance and management don't count for much around here. I learned about Indoasian cookery by working in the only Indian restaurant in Egon Ronay's Good Food Guide, around 1975. Nuff said ...
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what type of jazz guitar is this, and how can I learn it?
Just a few names for you to look for - Joe Pass already got a mention, but Barney Kessel, Howard Roberts, Herb Ellis, Tal Farlow, Toots Thielmans, Martin Taylor are all worth a listen. To be honest, the monster guitarist in this style was Julian Bream, but his jazz recordings are hard to find - the classical stuff swamps any web search you make.