Constructing Walking Jazz Bass Lines Book I Walking Bass Lines – The Blues in 12 keys Bass Tab Edition BUY THE BOOK $19.95 Video I The following video is provided to assist the bassist to familiarize themselves with some of the rhythmic phrases used in the jazz walking bass vocabulary. The Example is a walking blues medium tempo in the Key of G and is taken from Part 2 of Constructing Walking Jazz Bass Lines Book I – The Blues in 12 keys Bass Tab edition. The examples provide the bass tab and the bass clef directly above. Listen to the track and follow the sheet music, this will enable the bassist to accelerate the learning curve and incorporate the jazz rhythmic language into their playing. It is also an excellent way to transfer the knowledge of bass tab to the task of learning to read music which can open many doors for the professional musician. Enjoy the video. More updates to follow. basstab.net Http
I’m not good at all at musical notations and what they stand for,
I can’t read or compose anything and I can’t play any instruments.
I’m interested in learning.
Every time I started in the past I had always given up.
It pretty much just went in one ear and went out the other.
I’ve always wanted to increase my music abilities (Or just have some
musical abilities, period) and I was just wondering if anyone could give me
some tips or something to guide me in the right direction and hopefully I can
be where I want to be.
My family doesn’t really have any musical background. That might make things a little difficult, I’m not sure.