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Electric Bass Method Complete (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger David Overthrow
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 36419

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Electric Bass Method Complete (Bk/Cd) Arranged by David Overthrow. For Electric Bass. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 36419, UPC: 038081403335)

Anyone interested in learning to play electric bass can pick up this book and get started right away. This well-paced, comprehensive method covers everythin g from basic to advanced techniques. Beginning concepts include the basics of the instrument, reading music, and building bass lines using scales, modes, an d chord progressions. For the intermediate player, it takes you further into u sing scales, techniques such as slap & pop, string muting, walking bass lines, modes, tetrachords, passing tones, and varying rhythms. The book concludes wi th ideas designed to guide you into high-level bass playing, such as rhythm ch anges, tritone substitution, odd time signatures, chord playing, a study of La tin grooves, reggae, ska, and advanced funk bass lines. Whether you are starti ng to learn the bass

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