Music Theory for the Bass Player

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Music is often mysterious… (Breaking the rules)

It’s a fair question… after all, we learn to identify which key a piece of music is in, and we carefully think about functions of chords… there are all these

Spiral bound and ebook… We heard you!

Music Theory for the Bass Player Now Available Spiral Bound Quite a few Amazon reviewers recommended to other customers to go to a local print shop, have the spine cut

Watch my Student teach you Modes…

Take it from my student Stephen: This is how you know… that you know modes! My student Steve was kind enough to let me post this from a recent lesson.

A Little Trick that Works Wonders: Check, please!

Check it out, one of the questions I get a lot is “How much time do I need to devote to practice?” Most folks expect my answer to be something

Talking Technique: The Pinkie Workout (Video)

Grab your gear, we’re headed to the gym! This workout does your fretting fingers good. Especially the little one of the bunch… The Pinkie! We cannot address the fourth/fifth finger

Our New Steady Track

In case you haven’t heard yet… Music Theory for the Bass Player – The Course now comes in a bit of a more relaxed version: you get more time per

Does Knowing Music Theory Take the Magic out of Playing Music?

I have heard these sentiments about the magic of music over and over: Doesn’t “knowing” get in the way of pure “feeling”!? Aren’t you constantly analyzing when you know theory?

Adrian’s Silent Night Rendition

Student Feature: Adrian Pop Today I received this email and video from a bass player, a student of the course and an avid follower of my blog.  It makes me

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