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How To Play Rock Electric Bass

How To Play Rock Electric Bass

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Permanently Out of Print

Catalog #341

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

More and more popular musical artists today use odd time signatures to give th eir music a unique sound. This practice goes back to the 1960s, with Dave Brub eck and The Beatles, and continued with artists like King Crimson, Rush, Sting , Metallica, Tool, and Radiohead. To many musicians, these meters are complex and mysterious. However, nothing could be farther from the truth. Odd time sig natures should be easy to understand, as they are simply meters with an odd nu mber of beats to the bar. The Drummer?s Guide to Odd Time Signatures will help you understand how to hear and feel these meters and to use them in a variety of musical situations and genres. Take your drumming to the next level, and m aster the art of playing in odd time signatures! A CD demonstrating the musica l examples in the bo

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