Best free bass learning website

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Burialist, Dec 5, 2012.


  1. Burialist

    Burialist

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    So i am wondering if there is any free website that could teach me how to play guitar, step by step, theory , practice...
    Something like book Bass guitar for dummies but in type of free web edition.

    Thnx
  2. ics1974

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  3. GroovinOnFunk

    GroovinOnFunk Supporting Member

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  4. Chief2112

    Chief2112

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    Scott is the man! His stuff has been the most valuable resource for all of my self-learning on the bass for the last year.
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  6. fearceol

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    Yet another vote for "Scotts Bass Lessons" !

    Another very good all round site is :

    www.studybass.com
  7. pastorjamesc

    pastorjamesc Cheap Ability, Expensive Taste Supporting Member

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    Owner/Operator of Cotten Patch Sound Design. I do sound design, resetting, and education for churches, organizations, and small venues with no Sound personnel.
    +10000;)
  8. Lowactnsatsfctn

    Lowactnsatsfctn

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    Yep.
  9. Burialist

    Burialist

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    thanks guys
  10. Stumbo

    Stumbo Wherever you go, there you are. Supporting Member

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    IME, "best" may also depend on the "focus" of the website, e.g, TBr Nickonbass (Nick Kreswell) has a great site with tons of backing tracks to play along with: http://www.freejamtracks.com

    TBr Dmanlamius (Kris Rogers) has lots of video lessons at http://learnbass.net and on Youtube. Same with MarlowDK of Youtube fame; his site is www.playbassnow.com

    Other sites to check out include:
    thelibster.com Tech advice,drills, bass sound files & more
    cyberfretbass.com Videos & more
    activebass.com Lessons, backing tracks, articles and more. Xlnt site
    How to Play Bass. com

    Also consider checking out my >500 TB links below for lots of related links (theory, sight reading, rhythm, along with equipment reviews and much more) that will keep you busy for years to come.

    Good luck! :bassist:
  11. MrFrancis

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    It hasn't been updated in a while but mutantbass.com has some interesting articles and insights
  12. Kuroth

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    I love Scott's stuff and even donated but being a "Complete" beginner I felt a little lost..


    I saw StudyBass and that starts you at ground zero... I am working through StudyBass and then will graduate to Scott's site..
  13. cire113

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    umm

    YouTube..... Scotts Bass Lessons....... YouTube........ Scotts Bass Lessons...... Youtube

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