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I need some help!

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by korngirl, Aug 8, 2003.


  1. korngirl

    korngirl

    Aug 8, 2003
    Pa
    incubuschick312@netscape.net[/EMAIL]

    Okay... I bought my bass (GSR200) about 2 months ago and I'm not getting anywhere really. I can't get lessons at the moment but I really really want to start learning. Does anyone have any advice on any finger excerises or just anything would help! Thanx :help:
     
  2. Jay

    Jay

    Oct 19, 2000
    Bidwell, OH
    Hey, and welcome.

    I'm going to send this thread over to General Instruction...you'll get more responses there.
     
  3. cassanova

    cassanova

    Sep 4, 2000
    Florida
    Hi and welcome to Talk Bass.

    Would you mind going into a bit more detail now about what you already know and what your current practice routine is like? Strengths/weakness's etc.

    We could help you out even more knowing this stuff.
     
  4. I would start by learning my scales A thru G in different position's on the neck. I do it everyday!!! Beaver Felton in Orlando, Fl. @ Bass Central has awesome beginner to advanced video's & the price is reasonable. Their website is www.basscentral.com & their number is 800 - 545 - 8813. Let me know if this help's @ rangolf@hotmail.com. Good luck!!!