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Lists with This Book. This is the perfect tool for the upright bassist that is new to jazz playing.
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Hernan Simioni marked it as to-read Jan 28, Fabri marked it as to-read Oct 01, Coming soon is the companion DVD. Jazz jam Session Description: The reading and technical level are challenging. Nico Paz added it Mar 09, Building Rock Bass Lines Description: It explains many other ideas like scalewise motion, chromatic motion, arpeggiation, targeting other chord tones, and much more.
Pedro Dullius marked it as to-read Jun 26, The exercises are expanded into fun grooves that further work the concepts you’ve learned.
Behshad added it Aug gass, Click on the cover and read hass brief description of each title, and click on the link to purchase. Asdasfd marked it as to-read Jan 19, Milad Shiralipour rated it it was amazing May 27, It’s a helpful tool for the absolute beginner bassist. I use the same basic concept of target and approach notes to show you how to create your own bass lines in a rock context.
Ricardo Leiva guerra added it Nov 29, In addition to the changes for each tune, I’ve also included improvisational guidelines in the form of a written “solo” for each track.
Designed for the beginning jazz player, this is impeovisation first book. Learn how to effectively use these scales to create bass lines, and how to super-impose different scales over chords for soloing. Go back to the frirdland It was the first walking bass method book to come with play along tracks, something you take for granted now.
You have to learn them strictly by ear! I’ve put my many years of experience playing the blues scene into a practical guide for the up and coming blues bassist. Ozz Marcano R rated it it was amazing Mar 07, Chad marked it as to-read Oct 21, M Bass Groove marked it as to-read Aug 15, Many of the most popular classic “riddims” are here, written in tab and standard notation.
Fauxfox rated it it was amazing Apr 07, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This is the ultimate beginner book. Return to Book Page. Open Preview See a Problem? There are books and DVDs for a wide range of interests and skill levels. Reggae is a whole universe unto itself, an entire musical culture.
I discuss blues forms, lines and feels, intros, endings, stops and hits, and include full arrangements of many must-know blues improvisarion like Hideaway, Sweet Home Chicago, Pride and Joy, Tore Down and many more.
This is a more global approach to jazz playing.
In the real world, bassists MUST be able to play tunes they don’t know – without music. I use this book in many of my jazz workshops.
The included CD has tracks to play along to as well as an ear training workout, a “style-o-rama” improvlsation and the infamous “random modulation torture test”.
They let me play on the session, and no Rui Salgado added it Sep 09, The tracks are awesome! Friedand Silva marked it as to-read Apr 03, Based on the feedback I receive from students all over the world it’s available in Japanese, French and Spanish too this method seems to work for people. The follow-up to BWBL. It’s a good choice for the player that already has a solid grasp on the fundamentals. There is also a section that gives you a chance to practice the essential skill of picking up tunes by ear.
Marvin Carrasco cruz added it Apr 15, It starts out with rhythmic embellishment – skips, triplets, dead notes and moves into targeting scale and chromatic notes.
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