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Total Blues Bassist (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Matthew Liston
Publisher National Guitar Workshop
Catalog # 30232

Price: $20.99

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Total Blues Bassist (Bk/Cd) Composed by Matthew Liston. For Electric Bass. Published by National Guitar Workshop. (Catalog # 30232, UPC: 038081329017)

The Total Blues Bassist is a unique and exciting journey through the diverse w orld of blues bass playing. The blues has influenced countless styles of music ---including rock, jazz, pop, and country---and is loved for the depth of feel ing it captures. This book will teach you all the skills you need to master th e blues, such as various left- and right-hand techniques as well as advanced c oncepts like using silence and dynamics to help you create more interesting ba ss lines. Learn how to lock in with the drummer, guitarist, and singer, and ev en how to play without a drummer. You will also discover many styles such as d elta blues, Chicago blues, Texas blues, rockabilly, funk, and jazz blues. You can build your own style on the bass as well as prepare for any blues situatio n you encounter. A C

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