Music Theory for the Bass Player

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Doing a Clinic Near You?

Online is great - but in person is best Big thanks to Shaana and Bananas at Large  in San Rafael for putting today's clinic on! Cheers to everyone who came out to join

Happy Walls… The Wall Chart (AKA Music Theory Cheat Sheet)

The wall chart – AKA the Music Theory Cheat Sheet – has arrived on walls all over the globe… New orders are pouring in every day. We have shipped to

Ari’s Interval Formula for the Bass Player Explained

The Interval Formula started with me calling an octave a “2 by 2” and a fifth a “2 by 1″… A “2×2” is a mnemonic for one great way of fingering

Distinction between a #11 and b5 chord?

Enharmonically Speaking a #11 and a b5 are the same… What this means is that a #11 and a b5 lead you to the same note: The #11 from C

What Key is this Piece of Music in?

Finding the Key to the Key… How do you know what key a piece of music is in? Great question that I get a lot. Sometimes it’s simple. other times

Right Hand Thumbs Up (TT15)

Right Hand Thumbs Up (TT15) Where to put my right hand thumb when playing? That’s a question we got from a reader. Great one! Gives us an opportunity to talk

More info on the Course released

Coaching Course News! Friends, I am epically excited about my upcoming Music Theory for the Bass Player Coaching Course!! I created a page for it. Check it out here. Music Theory

Left-handed Players – I need your help!

Kickstarting a movement for the Left Handed Bass Player! When I wrote Music Theory for the Bass Player I thought very hard about how to best present music theory concepts

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