Joe Hubbard's Bass Guitar Online Resource

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  1. Snake Doctor

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  2. Yvon

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    I just check it out, ook very interesthing.

    I will come back often.

    Thank you!!
     
  3. LiF

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    Joe Hubbard!

    You were doing your Hubbards Cupboard thing back when I started playing bass. Got those albums on vinyl, listened to them so many times. "Driving The Porcelain Bus" was a favourite of mine.

    I also still have "Basslines" and "Pop basslines". Great publications.

    You were one of my first influences on bass. I'll follow your blog with interest.
     
  4. Darkstrike

    Darkstrike Return Of The King!

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  6. beam2611

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    Wow, awesome!, I'll make it a daily stop...
     
  7. Snake Doctor

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    Hi Guys

    Just thought I would let you know that I now have a FREE downloadable eBook called “Unlocking The Groove!” available at my website, http://www.joehubbardbass.com

    All you have to do is sign up for my free newsletter and submit your email and I’ll send you the book. Your details will never be shared with any third party as I absolutely hate spam of any type. You can also unsubscribe at any time.

    “Unlocking The Groove!” is a bass guitar mini course designed to help all levels of bass players to understand how to take a simple idea, build progressively on that idea and make it groove consistently. There is a lot of useful information in this eBook that can help both players and teachers alike. Our goal as part of the rhythm section is to lay down a solid groove. This concept is highly underestimated by many bass players who get caught up with learning too many flashy techniques in detriment to laying the foundation.

    Hope you guys enjoy the book!

    Peace

    Joe
     
  8. Darkstrike

    Darkstrike Return Of The King!

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    Sweet, must sign up later.
     
  9. bottomzone

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    Just signed up!!!

    A Groove is a Terrible Thing to Waste! :cool:
     
  10. Snake Doctor

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  12. LiF

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    Thanks, Joe.

    I have a transcription of the solo somewhere. I'll have to dig it out.
     
  13. Snake Doctor

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    Hi Guys

    I just posted a new article on the difference between developing technique for technique’s sake vs. developing the attributes or inner qualities that provide the foundation from which technique springs forth from. In a performance situation, the better player will be the guy who possesses superior attributes. Have a read…


    http://www.joehubbardbass.com/

    Peace

    Joe
     
  15. Snake Doctor

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    New Post: Bass Guitar Practice Principles Part 1

    What does mastery actually mean? It defies classification, but is always recognisable. It comes in many varieties, yet follows the same successful principles. It bears many rewards, but is not so much of an end goal or a destination as such, but rather a...[read full story here]:

    http://www.joehubbardbass.com/332/bass-guitar-practice-principles-part-1/

    Peace

    Joe
     
  16. Snake Doctor

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    New Blog Post- Bass Guitar Practice Principles Part 2

    Once you understand the basic movements required for the attributes, skill sets and applied bass guitar theory that you are learning, it is then advisable to commit the understanding of these movements into your long term motor memory. This is the way forward to internalising whatever it is that you are learning- maintaining it and making it functional. It is at this level where you will be able to...[read full story here]:

    http://www.joehubbardbass.com/346/bass-guitar-practice-principles-part-2/

    Enjoy

    Joe
     
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    New Blog Post: The 10,000 Hour Rule

    For almost a generation, psychologists around the world have been engaged in a spirited debate over a question that most people would consider to have been...[read full story here]:


    http://www.joehubbardbass.com/407/the-10000-hour-rule/


    Peace

    Joe
     
  19. Snake Doctor

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    New Article: Bass Lessons

    How important is a music education to you? Have you also considered the value of that education and the return on investment that it will bring you in the long run? Many bass players today haven’t done the proper research into the...[read full story]:

    http://www.joehubbardbass.com/421/bass-guitar-lessons/

    Peace

    Joe
     
  20. Snake Doctor

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    I just uploaded a new FREE lesson on Understanding Intervals which you can download at:

    http://www.joehubbardbass.com/cool-free-bass-stuff/

    Understanding Intervals is the first step to understanding harmony. There is so much misinformation out there on the internet, I thought this lesson would be a helpful guide.

    Enjoy

    Joe
     
  21. bottomzone

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    Great lessons, Joe. Keep them coming!!!

    A Groove is a Terrible Thing to Waste! :cool:
     

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