• 0
Australia's Largest Online Music Store - 02 9873 2333

First Lessons Bass

SKU: MB99933M

First Lessons Bass
Own It Now - AVAILABLE (ONLINE ONLY)
$31.95
OR
Free Fast Shipping
Thousands of Happy Customers
Expert Advice

ACCESSORIES

There are no products matching the selection.

Details

First Lessons Bass is intended to introduce beginning students to the fundamental concepts of playing the electric bass. The material covered in this book is approximately the material covered in the first 8 lessons of private bass instruction. This book makes use of the "3-finger" left hand position commonly found in double bass technique. The emphasis on left hand technique allows the student to develop a consistent fingering approach to the fingerboard, reduces unnecessary strain on the left hand, and makes the bass more accessible to younger students or students with small hands. After the left hand technique has been established, the book introduces the student to important elements of bass line construction including blues patterns, the root-fifth relationship, and common rhythmic patterns. Includes access to online audio and video.• Introduction for beginning students to the fundamental concepts of playing the electric bass.• Book is approximately the material covered in the first 8 lessons of private bass instruction.• Makes use of the "3-finger" left hand position commonly found in double bass technique.• Offers student important elements of bass line construction: blues patterns, root-fifth relationship, and common rhythmic patterns.• Includes access to online audio and video.

Additional Information

SKU (APIC Barcode) 930036155593
Manufacturer Mel Bay Publications
Last Updated 2020-02-26 09:47:50
Model Number 99933M
Series First Lessons
Medium Sftcvr/Online Media
Publisher Mel Bay Publications
Composer Jay Farmer
Accompaniment Online Media
Instrument Bass Guitar
Pages 32(07)
Production Status 2

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: First Lessons Bass

How do you rate this product? *

 
Value
Quality
Price

Brands