Bass Guitar White Pages
Hey guys. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with the Whit Pages for bass guitar. I'm working through the Hal Leorand Bass Method, but want to start playing some easy bass lines that I can play with my dad. Are the tabs in there pretty accurate? If not, could anyone suggest another book with a good selection of basslines? Thanks.
The Hal Leonard book is mainly written with standard notation, not TAB.
THere is a small section that introduces TAB and some of the lessons have TAB, but as you progress through the book it is not the main focus of the book.
I have been thinking about this exact thing! I am working through Hal Leonard, but have been thinking about what to do whilst learning notation (it's a slow process). In the end, I have decided to content myself with just playing the examples in the Hal Leonard book along with the CD for now, plus one easy song in TAB per week.
The "Bass Tab White Pages" by Hal Leonard seems pretty darn
accurate to me. It contains standard notation and tablature.
It has got to be one of the best books for learning the bass
lines of popular tunes.
Interestingly, there are actually two versions of it:
1) a 1024-page version with 200 songs found in the U.S. and
2) a 800-page version with 160 songs found in Europe.
Both books have different ISBN numbers and are significantly
different although there are many common tunes. I have both.
They are great.
You can find the alternate version on amazon.com. You have
to be careful to make sure you are selecting the book you want.
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