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Advice For A Beginner

Discussion in 'Ask Tony Grey' started by awj74, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. awj74


    Jun 7, 2007
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    Hello Mr. Grey,

    I consider myself a beginner bassist, although I've played some with my local church's worship group. I can identify the notes on the fretboard, but that's about the extent of my musical knowledge. I'm not very content with this, and would love to establish a good musical foundation in order to grow into a sound bass player.

    My time and finances are a little limited (going to Berklee is out of the question), but do you have a recommendation for a tool/curriculum to with which to learn music? I'm intrigued by Roy Vogt's "Teach Me Bass Guitar", but would love to hear any thoughts that you may have.

    Thank you in advance for your time!
  2. tony grey

    tony grey Supporting Member

    Oct 2, 2006
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    Endorsements; Yamaha, Fodera, Aguilar, TC Electronic, Peterson, Zoom
    Hi there I have an online school that teaches everything from the fundamentals/basics to more advanced content.
    My goal is to help you create your own voice as a musician with creative easy to understand lessons.

    It's growing into a 2 year course with over 200 students now.
    All the lessons are systematic and cover many styles and topics.


    Let me know if you have any questions.
    thanks so much..

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