Rockschool Bass - Grade 1 (Book/Download Card)

Books and Digital Audio | Bass Guitar

Publisher: Rockschool Ltd.
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Key Features at Grade 1

  • Staccato markings, simple syncopation, Dotted values and eighth notes
  • Major and Natural Minor scales. Major and Minor Pentatonic scales. Major and minor arpeggios and Riff playing
  • Playback skills

Rockschool builds upon its 21 years of unrivalled experience in rock and pop examination by bringing you the 2012-2018 Syllabus. For this latest Syllabus, Rockschool have employed some of the most sought after professional musicians to ensure that their tunes are the most authentic on offer.

Bass Syllabus features

  • Plot your stylistic specialism - follow your preferred style up through the grades
  • TAB and Standard Notation
  • 6 Performance pieces, 6 varying styles
  • Fact files - band and artist background information with recommended further listening
  • Walkthroughs -  Hints and Tips on the tricky sections of the songs
  • Download card with full mixes & backing tracks
  • Free Choice Element – You can select  2 free choice pieces in your exam

All Rockschool grades are fully accredited throughout the UK by the qualifications regulators of England (OfQual) Wales (DCELLS) Northern Ireland (CCEA) AND Scotland (SQA Accreditation).

ISBN: 9781908920102
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 01 May 2012
Language: English
Catalogue No: RSK051211

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        Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
        10 out of 10


        London GB
        Great book if your starting out learning bass guitar.
        It's all good.
        Confirmed purchase: 24 April 2017
        Published on: 08 May 2017

        Musicroom Reviews

        I am a bass and guitar tutor. In my opinion, the Rockschool books are the best books to work with, even if you don't plan to do the exams. The pieces are not well known songs, but they sound very good with the backing tracks, and they're a lot of fun to play.
        Anonymous - (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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