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Internet Lesson sites!

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Amitio, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. Hey!

    I was wondering if any of you have used an internet site which has lessons on it to learn how to play bass!

    I came accross Music Mater Pro looking for a way to learn bass cheaply.(http://www.musicmasterpro.com/?hop=2welcome)

    I was wondering whether you think this is worth the money as it gives you lesson for drums and guitar if you want to learn them too!:bassist:
  2. James Hart

    James Hart

    Feb 1, 2002
    Endorsing Artist: see profile
  3. Pruitt


    Jun 30, 2005
    Danbury, CT
    Music Dojo is quite good. I definitely recommend them also!

    A new player on the scene is http://www.workshoplive.com/. This is something created by the National Guitar Workshop. An excellent instructor I know is involved on the bass side of it (Dave Overthrow). It could be worth checking out. When last I looked at it, they had a few free lessons there to try. ;)

    Another place to check out is http://www.activebass.com/. There's a huge lesson section there that could keep anyone busy for quite a while. ;)

    Good luck and have fun! :bassist:
  4. lamarjones

    lamarjones Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2002
    Raleigh, NC
  5. Mark Wilson

    Mark Wilson Supporting Member

    Jan 12, 2005
    Toronto, Ontario
    Endorsing Artist: Elixir® Strings
  6. Sean Baumann

    Sean Baumann Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2000
    Livin' in the USA
  7. this one i have just come across from a post on another bass forum, and it's very very good. more lessons to be added but all the basics are there.

  8. I've used www.musicdojo.com cheap for $50 really. You get interaction form the instructor, submit homework, etc. Pretty cool.
  9. Hmm. What about taking lessons from Dave LaRue? Anybody have any experiences with his online lessons?

    And about this www.musicdojo.com. Is it good at teaching TOTAL beginners?
  10. maynard


    Feb 28, 2005
    i second is music dojo good for beginers???
  11. RWP


    Jul 1, 2006
  12. steveb98

    steveb98 [acct disabled - multiple aliases]

    Mar 15, 2006
    Venice, CA

    I took a few class at the Music Dojo and recommend them especially Adam Nitti's classes.

    If you want private lessons Cliff Engel over at the International Institute of Bassists does remote lessons. I took lessons from Cliff for awhile and was very informative and more communication with Cliff that many one-on-one teachers.

  13. jerm


    Jul 10, 2005
    Has anyone used workshoplive? They have alot of lessons for $30 a month, would anyone recommend them over musicdojo?

    Online lessons are better than nothing for me right now, I don't really have the time to take lessons in person.
  14. Sean Baumann

    Sean Baumann Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2000
    Livin' in the USA
    I just used a free 7-day coupon code to check out workshoplive. I buddy of mine gave me a bunch of cards they were giving out at a seminar last year. So far, I think musicdojo has better material, but the workshoplive is far more advanced technologically. granted, my free pass doesn't give me access to classes, just their "lessons" which seem kind of random to me.
  15. meagain


    Mar 21, 2007
    I'm not seeing video on musicdojo. Am I missing something? I can't learn without 'seeing'.
  16. Sean Baumann

    Sean Baumann Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2000
    Livin' in the USA
    Many of the lessons on the music dojo site do include video, but some do not. For example, all of Anthony Wellington's lessons have videos as do most of Adam Nitti's (IIRC). However, I don't think Norm Stocktons have video, and to be honest, I don't think his need video.

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