Ever notice how at jam sessions there are tons of guitar players and usually only 1 or 2 bass players?
Well the reason for that might surprise you a little… because while the technique of playing notes is similar on a bass to a guitar, the way you think is completely different!
But the building blocks are still all the same… chords, scales, arpeggios, notes – they don’t change from guitar to bass.
So I learned long ago with my private students and in workshops that making the transition from guitar to bass isn’t that hard if you focus on 3 simple things:
Blues Bass For Guitar Players is exactly what you’d expect from the title… how to play blues bass if you’re a guitar player wanting to learn so you can play bass when you need to…
Or if you just want to improve your current skills on the bass with instruction from a professional bass player.
There’s no schedule to keep up with and these lessons will always be here for you when you’re ready.
If you only have 5 to 10 minutes a day… that will be plenty and you’ll still be surprised at how quickly it starts feeling comfortable to you.
Of course, if you want to stay up all night the first day and power through the whole course… who am I to stop you?
I know that some folks are really gung-ho and just want to jump in and play (even if they aren’t really ready yet…)
Inside it you’ll get – you guessed it – the 8 most common blues bass riffs used in songs like:
Each riff comes with a video breakdown of the riff, then you can watch me play it to the jam…
OPEN G GUITAR for BEGINNERS – start playing within minutes – easy guitar training – digital video training by Mike Malak
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