THE WORKING BASSIST'S TOOL KIT
THE WORKING BASSIST'S TOOL KIT
This book teaches electric or acoustic bassists of any style the musical skills essential in the working world, survival tips for tackling any gig, and techniques for achieving a competitive edge. Written in standard notation only - no TAB. Includes play-along audio CD. 96 pages.
Product Code: HL080
Format: Book
Artist/Author: Ed Freidland
Publisher/Distributor: Hal Leonard Corporation
US$22.99

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This book by Bass Player contributing editor and columnist Ed Friedland teaches electric or acoustic bassists of any style the musical skills essential in the working world, survival tips for tackling any gig, and techniques for achieving a competitive edge. It helps new working bassists hit the ground running, and pro players grow stronger. Topics include time and groove, chord charts, ear training, doubling, thumb technique, keeping time, faking tunes and many more, plus ways to assess a gig and deliver the goods. Includes lots of musical examples and exercises, both in the book and on the play-along CD.

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