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Bass Lessons & Tips
byPublished on 07-25-2015 01:00 PM Number of Views: 1170
Alas, some of the mp3 files for some of these lessons have (apparently) just gotten up and walked off. I'm still hunting for them, but in the meantime, the music files associated with Lessons 3-11 are missing.
The lessons are still very valuable, and we encourage ...
byPublished on 07-25-2015 12:45 PM Number of Views: 941
Okay, Gang, the entire package of Roy's supplemental lessons is back up and running. The links work, the charts are visible!
I had a bit of trouble with Lesson 16 - two of the files were not retrievable, but you should be able to get a lot out of the lesson anyway!
byPublished on 02-28-2014 09:05 AM Number of Views: 1439
Originally published by Lane Baldwin
I am a Bassist.
When I first picked up a bass, it was love at first thump. That poor bass - a copy of a rip-off of a re-make of a Fender, played through an Ampeg guitar amp - was to me the ultimate instrument.
byPublished on 02-28-2014 09:00 AM Number of Views: 1404
Originally posted by Lane Baldwin
Before you can learn what to learn on the bass guitar, it's important to know how to learn, and that's what this article is all about. It contains twenty-one specific tips on how to learn to play the bass guitar.
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