Bass Guitar Lessons: Beginning Bass - How to play Bass instructional video
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Learn How To Play Bass Guitar For Beginners
"With This Bass Guitar Lessons DVD. You Can Discover Tips & Techniques To Play Bass Guitar Easier Than Ever Before!"
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Featuring Techniques For 4 or 5 String Beginner Bass Players</span>
Join the thousands of musicians that have used the exact same video to learn how to play the Bass Guitar!
In Beginning Bass, Tony gives 4 and 5 string beginning players an up close detailed course in the fundamentals of beginning bass playing...
Some of what you will learn:
- Notes on The Bass
- Major Scales
- Right Hand Technique
- Blues Progressions
- Live Performance Tips
- And More!!!
** SPECIAL FEATURES!!! **
The Beginning Bass Guitar DVD also features more exclusive bonus guitar techniques as well as a password to bonus online features.
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Another bass video that gives you a trickle of the still-new electric bass guitar method from someone who is obviously self-taught (not always a bad thing) but has acquired poor left hand habits. Since he's been playing for "30 years" he is obviously now set in his ways. Unfortunately, those ways might be transferred to others just starting to play the bass guitar.
I was happy to see a 5-string bass on the cover, and also happy to see Tony playing his 5-string to start. But just when he gets down to real instruction, he puts down the 5-string and picks up a 4-string. Nothing wrong with a 4-string -- and the concepts are certainly transferable -- but if you're starting out on a 5-string, you may wish for an instructor who can teach you from the very beginning how to incorporate that low B into your playing.
Still, there's some solid instruction here, and it will at least tide a new player over until he or she decides to get some instruction in person. If you follow what Tony says, you won't be learning the wrong things. And the exercises he provides are great for developing speed and dexterity.