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Contains jazz solos written for ten of the most common jazz standard progressions. The author suggests using these solos as a springboard for improvisation.

Fretless bass is a unique instrument. The approach to playing fretless bass is much more like playing upright bass than to fretted bass. This book will cover many of the important techniques required to become a good fretless bassist. Some of these include slides, intonation development, and sustain. The 100 examples are written in bass clef and TAB (to suggest positions). All examples included on companion CD.

Fretless bass is a unique instrument. The approach to playing fretless bass is much more like playing upright bass than to fretted bass. This book will cover many of the important techniques required to become a good fretless bassist. Some of these include slides, intonation development, and sustain. The 100 examples are written in bass clef and TAB (to suggest positions). Includes access to online audio of all examples..

The influence of Rock & Roll music can be found in about every style of contemporary music. This book focuses on many classic R & R style grooves. The grooves vary in difficulty from beginner to intermediate. All 50 examples are recorded on an accompanying CD. This book is written in bass clef and TAB. Many of the examples contain two different TAB fingering options. This book is perfect for most any beginning student.

This book and audio set teaches 101 jazz bass patterns played over chords and chord progressions that are fundamental to the harmonic language of jazz. This is a very useful collection of major, Dorian, and Mixolydian patterns, eight bar patterns, turnaround patterns, and more. Because each pattern is played over a common chord progression, it will be easy to apply these examples in performance. In addition, you'll experience a noticeable improvement in your knowledge of the fingerboard, technical facility, harmonic vocabulary, and the ability to conceive and express modern musical ideas. This book includes a glossary of jazz scales and basic theory for the jazz musician. Ideal for those who currently play blues, country, folk, classical or rock, and desire to venture into jazz. Written in standard notation and tablature. Includes access to online audio.

This collection showcases a variety of bass patterns that can be applied to blues recordings and performances, even by the novice. Included among the 101 patterns are ten standard blues turn-arounds and ten standard blues endings that can be used in literally thousands of songs. In addition, the book provides several pages of valuable music theory and other information on blues progressions. In notation and tablature. The companion audo is in split-track play-along format with each bass played four times. Audio download available online.

This book, in notation and tablature, is designed to improve reading skills and present phrases appropriate to rock, jazz, fusion, funk, Reggae, disco, and new wave. Includes arpegiated and 3-note chord exercises and slapping/popping studies!

This 5-string bass scale chart is a great way to learn all of your scales and their chord relationships. The chart is small enough to take with you on the go, allowing you to incorporate it into your daily warm-ups. Moveable scale diagrams help you play each scale in any key, and tabs are included alongside notation. Give your bass all the attention it deserves!

This wall chart contains four movable scale diagrams for each scale on the 5-string bass. Learning and practicing these scales will allow you to play the correct notes when creating bass lines, and will provide you with a solid musical foundation. This chart is an ideal wall piece for your bedroom or practice studio. Start developing the muscle memory you need to shred all your scales in every key. What starts in the practice room will end on stage, so make sure you have all the basses covered!

Put the guess work aside and get the right notes for all the chords on the five-string bass in the first two positions. Each chord is fully arpeggiated in two octaves. All chords are presented in twelve keys - this chart is the only thing you need to keep the wrong notes out of your bass lines. Put it on your bedroom wall or practice room so you can always have the right note.

Contains jazz solos written for ten of the most common jazz standard progressions. The author suggests using these solos as a springboard for improvisation.

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