Guitarist, bassist, pianist, saxophone, clarinet, banjo, mandolin, clarinett and tenor saxophonist, Tom Duduk, is a saxophonists son.
He has a love for string instruments.
Duduk, who plays in several jazz bands, told TalkSport he has a special affinity for stringed instruments.
“I like the way they sound.
They sound real and the strings have a real sound to them.
They have a beautiful sound,” he said.”
It’s like a big violin, and it’s really powerful.”
He also said his favourite string instrument is a banjo.
“Banjos are really strong, so you need to be careful not to break them,” he added.
Duds love to make music and has played with a number of famous musicians such as Elvis Presley, Elvis Costello and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
“They all have great sound and they’re always playing really well.
It’s just a matter of technique,” he told TalkSPORT.”
The stringing is really nice, you can use any strings you want, but I don’t think I would ever use the same strings in my own music.
I would always go for a different style.”
Duduki has a strong connection with his family and friends, and he said it was important to share the music with his community.
“You have to listen to them, because they’re really listening to me,” he explained.
“When I listen to it, I know it’s right.”