NEWSLETTER: November 2020
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FREE STUFF! BASS MUSIC TRANSCRIPTIONS
FREE STUFF! TIPS AND LESSONS
BASS CHORDS: STUDIES, TONES, SHAPES and MORE
The bass guitar is under-exploited as a chordal instrument. This book explores applications in jazz, funk, blues, rock and more.
Slim enough to tuck in your case, this guide shows fingering charts for virtually every chord you will ever need to produce -- over 500 of them!
CHORDS FOR BASS
Learning to play chords will enhance your ability to hear chord progressions, improve your composition and arranging skills, and strengthen your soloing chops and overall musicianship.
FOR BASS GUITAR
A compendium of fretboard charts showing chords in all keys and forms, with direction on how chords are built and utilized.
THE ART OF
SOLO BASS: THE
Examines the use of chords and chord/melody in performance, arranging, composing and the development of new techniques.
SCALES OVER CHORDS
An exploration of how scales and chords are intertwined, a concept that is key to creating functional and memorable bass lines and solos.
|See all our CHORD STUDIES titles
FREE ONLINE BASS CLINIC WITH JAIME DAVID VAZQUEZ
FREE STUFF: UPDATES AND ADDITIONS
This month features the following additions to our Free Stuff section:
This transcription is compliments of Eric Beaulé, at www.PlayBassLines.com, author of several titles we carry.
Chord Tone Bass Workout #2
Eric offers another variation on a chord-tone bass workout.
See all Eric Beaulé transcriptions available in our catalog
| Melodic Minor Cross Correlations, Part 6
In this lesson Mike Overly, GRAMMY® nominated music educator and author of Bass EncycloMedia, continues his exploration of the melodic minor scale's modes.
Check out Mike's excellent book, TONE NOTE MUSIC METHOD FOR BASS, Book 1
JAIME DAVID VAZQUEZ
| BASS TIPS:
Basic Bass Tumbaos, Part 2
Jaime offers the next in a series focussed on how to play the basic patterns of popular Latin dance music.
EADG 4: Part 59
Shuffling the Deck
John Falstrom, author of EADG 4, talks about breaking out of a rut and fending off musical boredom.
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