BASS 4-String Etudes, Riffs, Songs & Exercises takes an expansive approach to lessons in technique, music theory, and creativity, with regard to the beginning bassist, the highly advanced, and beyond. This book includes hours of video lessons, play-alongs & close-up demonstrations, audio examples, bassless backing tracks to jam along with, and Guitar Pro files for additional practice. Links for the related materials are listed at the top of every section within the book. Both TAB and Sheet Music are given for every example. Check out the back cover for a quick look at some of the lessons and exercises in this book.
Are you looking for a firm foundation as you venture into the world of bass guitar? Or perhaps you've been playing for years and feel stuck on a technical plateau. Do you want to add tools to your musical arsenal that will make your bass lines more interesting and catchy? If so, BASS 4-String Etudes, Riffs, Songs & Exercises is for you!
About the Author
Nate Navarro is a bassist, educator, author, content creator, and composer living in Boston, Massachusetts.
A Berklee College of Music graduate and in-demand professional bassist, he has recorded with multi-platinum producers, toured over 20 countries, and played on recordings with incredible musicians including Devin Townsend, Steve Vai, Marko Minnemann, Mike Keneally, Morgan Ågren, Chad Kroeger, Felix Martin, and many others.
Nate is endorsed by dozens of the music industry's top companies including Kiesel, Fender, Spector, Genzler Amplification, Harley Benton, PRS, ESP, Mayones, Dingwall, NS Design, D'Addarío, Darkglass, Electro-Harmonix and others. He has had over 100 in-person music students, and has performed as a music-product demonstrator across the globe. You can find him on YouTube, where he has over 200k subscribers and 50 million views.
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The 5-String book is in the works! It will have all new material. None of the 4-String book will be repeated in this book. Current ETA: Winter 2021