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I’m diggin’ playing the bass now, and the sheer amount of styles to be learned really dd up your imagination’s palette for writing songs and breaking out of ruts. Based on the feedback I receive from students all over the world it’s available in Japanese, French and Spanish too this method seems to work for people.
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Peejay rated it it was amazing Jul 03, This is the perfect tool for the upright bassist that is new to jazz playing. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Metronome Content on my Instruction page.
With lessons guided by a metronome and presented in various musical styles and rhythmic applications, bassists increase their ability to internalize rhythm.
It explains many other ideas like scalewise motion, chromatic motion, arpeggiation, targeting other chord tones, and much more.
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Trivia About Bass Grooves: The book is clearly written and very informative without being too technical. One person found this helpful. Pentatonic Scales for Bass: This is a one stop station. Check out my reviews of the latest bass gear. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Read more Read less. I am NOT the guy on the cover! This book starts with quarter-note melodic motifs from categories like “Box Shape”, “Major”, “Minor”, and “Chromatic”, and then morphs them into grooves in Straight 8th, Shuffle 8th, Sixteenth, and Swing Sixteenth rhythms.
The drum machine instruction is something I think should be mandatory for all bass players, and integration of that with tab and clef is a good start to using charts.
This book is not designed for bass players Why does this feel so ’80’s ish? In addition to the changes for each tune, I’ve also included improvisational guidelines in the form of trooves written “solo” for each track.
Even if you’ve played for years, it’s a great reference to style and rhythmic ideas. Get to Know Us. It starts you out learning the notes string by string, you learn simple rhythms and apply everything with fun tracks to play with. Eren rated it it was amazing Apr 08, It’s a good choice for the player that already has a solid grasp on the fundamentals. English Choose a language for shopping. Designed to help the career-minded bassist develop the most critical real world skills needed to succeed.
I use this book in many of my jazz workshops. Taking full advantage of the navigational convenience of DVD, this minute video is packed with essential exercises to develop your chops. Also recommended for home musicians: Eric added it Aug 08, There are many great feeling jazz tracks to play with, including 10 full length standard progressions. You realy should study this book and it will defenatley groovse you to where you want to be.
On top of this, all my playing is much more tight and in the pocket and a great deal of it is thanks to this book. The exercises are expanded into fun grooves that further work the concepts you’ve learned.
I learned so much from him about musicality, and swing, how to play what you mean—I’m still learning Dickie, I miss you man.