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creating jazz bass lines book

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by night marcher, Jul 30, 2003.


  1. i just wanted to say that after spending much time with my "creating jazz bass lines" book by jim stinnett i am amazed how much this material has helped me. most books i've seen on the subject start on a level that expects you to know more than the basics from the start. this book breaks down walking lines to such a simple concept, that it made me think, "why didn't i think of that?" of course the book expands on as the pages turn. i'm just so excited i got my walking lines together. i can't recommend this book enough to someone who like me once wanted to never mention the word "jazz" ever again over the frustration that came with it. -end rant-