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Bass Extremes Live (Dvd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Video
Desc Dvd
Composer Bailey/Wooten
Artist Bailey/Wooten
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 907129

Price: $24.95

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Bass Extremes Live (Dvd) Composed by Bailey/Wooten. Performed by Bailey/Wooten. For Video. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 907129, UPC: 654979071297)

Steve and Victor demonstrate how the bass guitar can supply bass lines, piano and guitar-style comping figures, lead solos, and percussion parts, in styles ranging from bebop to new age to heavy metal. Each piece highlights different aspects of their amazing techniques -- like Steve's three-finger technique or his awe-inspiring command of harmonics and chord voicings, or Victor's incredi ble funk grooves, and thumb and two-handed tapping techniques. Special feature s include a bonus lesson in fourths and fifths, a performance only option, a b onus performance by Billy Sheehan, and printable reference material.
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