- SKU: 13422851
- Release Date: 05/06/2003
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- Clear pictures and demonstrations along with jargon free commontary to guide you through...
- Looking after your bass and tuning it
- Plucking the strigs correctly, using fingers or pick
- Reading basic music notation and guitar tab
- Scales and arpeggios
- Playing your first complete bass lines along with a band
- Practical advice and tips covering everything you need to know to start playing, fast!
- Full menu and chapter access to take you straight to where you want to go
- Includes matchig 32-page booklet containing all the music examples shown on the DVD
For viewers looking to find their way around the bass guitar but want to work at their own pace, this interactive, easy to follow release offers everything you'll need to pick up and play while learning to work the frets like a seasoned professional. Forget the indecipherable jargon and hard to follow images, because now viewers can learn about everything from tuning, plucking, reading basic notation and tablature, and scales and arpeggios in a clear and concise lesson that's ideal for the uninitiated. An additional, thirty-two page booklet assures that the learning doesn't stop when the video lesson ends, and a professional backing band gives musicians the opportunity to test their skills in a faux-live setting. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi