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Bass Guitar from Scratch

A Complete Bass Guitar Course for Absolute Beginners

PUBLISHER: Lick Library
PRODUCT FORMAT: DVD
A complete bass guitar course for absolute beginners with Phil Williams. This easy-to-follow tutorial is ideal if you've just bought your first bass guitar, or if there's been a guitar sitting around somewherejust waiting to be strummed. This DVD will take you from novice level thorough to
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Artist Phil Williams
Publisher Lick Library
Instrumentation Bass
Difficulty Beginner
Product Format DVD
Genre Tuition
Year of Publication 2010
EAN 5060088822401
UPC 884088581473
No. HL00393088
Series Road Rock Lick Library
Text language English
Description
A complete bass guitar course for absolute beginners with Phil Williams. This easy-to-follow tutorial is ideal if you've just bought your first bass guitar, or if there's been a guitar sitting around somewherejust waiting to be strummed. This DVD will take you from novice level thorough to intermediate level. Yet it requires no prior knowledge at all; it truly is for someone starting from the beginning. Slowly but surely, the DVD guides you through all the things that a beginner needs to know and points out what can go wrong. Each of the carefully designed chapters introduces commonly used scales and technique gradually and strategically along with some practical theory. Nothing too demanding, just enough to help you understand what you're doing and why. You'll soon be playing scales, picking out melodies and, hopefully, writing some songs of your own! Making music has never been so easy. Paul Williams is a highly sought-after freelance bass player, writer and teacher. He has played and toured with many well known bands and artists as diverse as Gary Barlow, Roger Daltrey and Keith Emerson. His playing can be heard on numerous film and TV soundtracks.
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