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Classic Rock Bass Vol 1

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Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Desc Bk/Cd-rom
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Alfred's Rock Ed
Catalog # 40303

Price: $14.99

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Classic Rock Bass Vol 1 For Electric Bass. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 40303, UPC: 038081449777)

Alfred's Rock Ed.: Classic Rock Bass Vol. 1 teaches you the bass parts to three seminal rock songs, and directly corresponds to the guitar, drum, and keyboard editions. Crafted from the standpoint of group rather than individual instruction, this series will teach beginning and intermediate musicians to perform together in a rock band, not alone in a bedroom. Included are the bass parts; the full score; in-depth lessons for each song; a CD-ROM with sound-alike and minus-bass MP3s for practice, as well as instructional MP3s that correspond with the song lessons; and our exclusive TNT 2 Custom Mix software that lets you alter the instrument and vocal mix, slow tracks down, loop sections for practice, and even change keys (perfect for vocal practice)! Titles: Communication Breakdown (Led Zeppelin) , Gimme Some Lovin' (The Spencer Davis Group) , Money (Pink Floyd).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Communication Breakdown Led Zeppelin  
Gimme Some Lovin' Spencer Davis Group,  
Money Pink Floyd  

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