Blues Bass Method: An Essential Study of Blues Bass for the Beginning to Intermediate Player

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Mel Bay Publications, Aug 1, 2006 - Music - 39 pages
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Blues Bass Level 1, within the School of the Blues Lesson Series, is an exciting method that contains the most common grooves used in blues bands today. Areas covered are: Tuning, Achieving Good Tone, Major & Minor Scales & Movable Scale Forms, 12 Bar Blues Progression, Major Blues Bass Lines, Jump Blues, Swing Blues, Box Patterns, Slow Blues, Chicago Shuffles, Two Beat, Rumba Beat, Tramp Beat, Minor Blues, Introductions, Turnarounds & Endings.

This series is designed for students of other instruments to play together. If you have friends that play harmonica, guitar, keyboard or drums, tell them about this series so that you can play together.

Book is accompanied by a CD recording of all examples (played by author Frank De Rose) along with the background music. For the beginning to intermediate bass player.

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David Barrett has been a professional golf writer for more than thirty years. For eighteen years, Barrett served as an editor at Golf magazine, where he wrote the popular "Within the Rules" column. He presently serves as editor-in-chief of Fairway Living magazine. A regular contributor to and the author of several previous books on golf including Miracle at Merion: The Inspiring Story of Ben Hogan's Amazing Comeback and Victory at the 1950 U.S. Open and Golfing with Dad, he lives in White Plains, New York.

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