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Frank Jolliffe

Frank Jolliffe was a pioneering jazz instrumentalist specializing in “touchstyle” instruments--a term he coined that came to be widely used to describe the Chapman Stick, Warr guitar and other stringed instrument tapped with the fingers of both hands simultaneously--combining the ranges of both bass and guitar while maintaining their own unique sound.

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“...a master touchstylist”--Bassics Magazine
”...the music is straight-ahead unadulterated jazz”--The Star-Ledger
”...he pays more attention to things like structure, harmony and melody”--JazzTimes

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