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Steve Aileys Fretless Bass (Bk/Dvd)
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Steve Aileys Fretless Bass (Bk/Dvd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Desc Bk/Dvd
Arranger Steve Bailey
Artist Steve Bailey
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 25572

Price: $20.99

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Product Description

Steve Aileys Fretless Bass (Bk/Dvd) Arranged by Steve Bailey. Performed by Steve Bailey. For Electric Bass. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 25572, UPC: 038081275079)

Consummate musician and bassist Steve Bailey presents one of the most comprehe nsive fretless bass technique methods available. Having performed and recorded with everyone from Dizzy Gillespie to Kitaro, Victor Wooten and Metallica, St eve is a true master of the fretless bass. This book will help you successfull y make the transition from fretted to fretless bass. The exercises within have both studio and live-playing applications and cover such topics as intonation , sliding, string blending, and fretless effects. Develop your ear and left-ha nd technique using the methodically written examples, which cover intervals as well as triads; then put it all to use in the songs and etudes provided. This book will help any bassist develop the necessary technique to master this dif ficult but beautiful

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