How to develop and expand your bass lines (part 1)

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Bass-Ben said,

September 27, 2011 @ 1:26 pm

Too bad, I can’t watch the vid in Germany!

lbonifazi said,

September 24, 2011 @ 5:09 pm


This is an AWESOME set of tutorials!! Is the glove for muting or are you horribly disfigured?
In Parts 2 & 3 you say you are useing just roots, fifths and thirds but it sounds like so much more, your black hand magic is moving to fast for my eyes and ears. I will pay for the notation or tabs, you could put the monies toward plastic surgery for your hand or perhaps have a seamstress patch the hole over your index finger. Anyway Thanks a ton for uploading these.


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