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Bass Slappin' & Poppin' (Bk/Dvd)
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Bass Slappin' & Poppin' (Bk/Dvd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Mccarvill, Chris
Publisher Amsco Publications

Price: $24.95

Catalog #14027212

UPC code: 752187981244

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Learn the techniques that every truly great bass player needs to know! From basic slapping and popping to machine-gun riffing, this program has something for bass players at every level. The one-on-one lessons with bassist/instructor Chris McCarvill show you how to apply the techniques popularized by Marcus Miller, Larry Graham and Louis Johnson. You'll learn the four elements of slap and pop as well as advanced techniques like octaves, fifths, muting, double slapping, sliding, the snap, bending notes and using effects. By the end of this program, you'll be the funkiest bass player around! DVD features include: iPod-ready video, follow-along tab book, free lifetime membership for online lesson support, authored for Zone 0 and more. 1 hour

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