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Jerry Hahn: Hahn Solo

Having played in Gary Burton’s quartet after Larry Coryell and before Mick Goodrick, Jerry Hahn is an overlooked figure in the modern pantheon. He was destined, perhaps, to release a solo guitar recording, if only to give it the classic title Hahn Solo. On this concise set of standards he plays the Gibson L-4 that Bill Frisell gave him as a gift. The clean, broad stereo sweep of his sound brings to mind John Abercrombie, who surely checked out Hahn while coming up through the ranks.

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