The Play Bass Today package features a book, cd and a dvd that will get you on the fast track to mastering the low end. The ultimate self-teaching method designed to offer quality instruction, terrific songs, and a professional-quality CD with 99 full-demo tracks AND a DVD with more great instruction to help beginners master the basics. This pack teaches: songs, riffs, and scales; all musical styles; playing tips and techniques; and more. It also includes standard notation and tablature. >More
The eMedia Essential Bass Guitar DVD includes 33 easy-to-follow lessons range from the basics such as stringing and tuning your bass to major scales and creating a bass line. Professional bass instructor John Arbo guides you with video demonstrations of techniques. Learning the bass has never been so easy. >More
This Starter Series video is a must for any aspiring bass player! Parts of the bass are described in detail, as well as how to tune, how to play with fingers or with a pick, right- and left-hand positioning, bass lines (from root to 5th) to walking bass lines, getting good tone, scales and so much more. >More
The Hal Leonard Bass Method is designed for anyone just learning to play electric bass. It is based on years of teaching bass students of all ages, and it also reflects some of the best bass teaching ideas from around the world! >More
10 of today's most influential bass players come together on this DVD: James Jamerson Jr., Louis Johnson, Abe Laboriel, Nathan East, Chuck Rainey, Freddie Washington, Verdine White, Larry Graham, Byron Miller and Neil Stubenaus. This DVD looks at left hand technique concentrating on the fretboard. All 10 artists reveal their own unique approach to scales, arpeggios, chords, open string usage and adapting bass lines to a variety of musical styles including funk, rock, blues, motown, and many more. >More
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