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The Rock House Method: Bass 2
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The Rock House Method: Bass 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Composer John Mccarthy
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Rock House Method
Catalog # 00102682

Price: $17.99

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Product Description

The Rock House Method: Bass 2 Composed by John Mccarthy. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00102682, UPC: 884088675257)

The Rock House Method makes learning music fun, easy and effective. That means no more confusing explanations or mind-numbing, outdated songs to learn. Rock House is a modern method that helps make learning music second nature. Millions of muisicians in more than 150 countries have already used the Rock House Method to fulfill their dream and play music. You are next! Building on the techniques learned in Book 1, Book 2 starts with natural minor and major scales, single note patterns and how they connect across the neck. Learn bass techniques such as the finger drag, hammer-ons, pull-offs and how to apply them in bass lines. Learn the major scale formula to play them in any key, root notes, octaves and the notes in the 5th position. Walking bass lines, sixteenth notes, syncopated bass lines, intervals and drop D tuning are just a few of the things covered that will help you play song progressions and bass lines. From theory to complete songs, this program will get you to the next level! Includes demonstration and play-along tracks, plus a digital e-book on the enclosed MP3 CD.

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