- Alright, you guys did it.…Congratulations.…You made it through this video,…and hopefully, you've been practicing and playing along…this entire time.…Keep in mind, you just do this every day.…It's just a ritual that you can get yourself into.…Every day you make these powerful steps to improve,…and you'll see yourself just grow so fast, it's amazing.…Keep in mind also there are other bass videos…that you can watch.…You know, knowledge is infinite,…especially when it comes to bass and with music.…There's so much out there.…
But also internalize this stuff.…Become your own artist.…You can take all these ideas and write your own grooves…and play in other bands,…and that's what keeps it so fun.…So, just keep on doing what you're doing…and practicing every single day.…You guys are doing great.…Just keep up with it.…(bass music)…
Note: This course was created and produced by Alfred Music. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Buying a bass
- Tuning your bass
- Holding your bass
- Left-hand technique
- Getting acquainted with music and tablature
- Notes on the first three strings
- The natural minor scale
- Sharps and naturals
- Key signatures and the major scale
- Ties and quarter notes
- Rock bass and heavy metal licks with syncopation
- Playing chords
- Playing licks from the 1950s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Notes on the First Three Strings
3. More Notes, Scales, and Accidentals
4. Introducing Keys and Eighth Notes
5. New Rhythms, Techniques, and Keys
6. Playing Up the Neck and a New Key
7. New Rhythms and Keys
8. Chords and More
9. Licks from Different Eras
Conclusion and credits2m 3s
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