Apologies if this has already been posted, ad nauseum, (but hey, it's the internet, what hasn't been posted to death? ) [EDIT: My bad, I didn't even realize this sub-forum was here, what I'm after is probably already here.] I'm already working through some from the justifiably popular Scott Devine, and I'm really digging some of the vids from Luke at Become a Bassist. Eric Blackmon's "30 easy classic bass riffs" (or whatever it's called) has been fun and useful. But, rather than take on the entire worldwide web, I hoped to save time and filter out the bullspit, and get some solid recommendations on beginner bass lessons. But, I'm not starting completely from scratch. Even though I got my first bass a whole week ago, I've been a solidly mediocre guitar player, for years, with a passable knowledge of basic theory (at least for my interests and current skill level), and I'm already ad-libbing up and down the scales and classic blues-boogie lines, etc. But, I've also got a hella lot to learn, so, you get the idea. As always, any good advice is much appreciated...... BTW, my interest is not to be any kind of jazz-fusion-funk player, or rip through a bunch of snappy Seinfeld-like riffs, just to be a simple, competent pocket bass player, the kind most guitarists seem to prefer !