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Teach Yourself Visually Bass Guitar

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Williams/Hammond
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series Teach Yourself Visually
Catalog # 0470048506

Price: $24.99

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Teach Yourself Visually Bass Guitar Composed by Williams/Hammond. For Electric Bass. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 0470048506, UPC: 9780470048504)

Do you learn faster by seeing and doing than by wading through tedious instruc tions? Then pick up a bass guitar and start plucking! With Teach Yourself VI SUALLY Bass Guitar, you ll quickly progress from playing notes to experimentin g with plucking and slap-and-pop techniques. You ll learn about tuning, fretb oard fingerings, alternate fingerings, down picking, palm muting and more. Th e bass usually sets the tempo, so you ll learn basic note values plus common p opular rhythms from straight rock to syncopated reggae. Downloadable MP3 file s on wiley.com complement the book and let you hear exactly how things are sup posed to sound as you play.

  • Each skill or technique is defined and described

  • Step-by-step instructions accompany each photo

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