A quick question for you lot: do any of you happen to know anything about this artist or book (or both)? http://www.shermusic.com/new/1883217113.shtml I decided that, having run through my "Lost Art Of Country Bass" book on electric upright (an NS WAV4 with horrible stock strings) it'd be a hoot to get a book on latin bass so I can practice my upright skills some more. Two disclaimers: 1) I realize there's no tab in the book, which is alright - I am teaching myself how to sight-read by means of a book by Bruce Arnold which was given to me when I bought a 6-string bass (which I subsequently sold); 2) I'm not dead serious about playing latin bass in any type of ensemble or band. I am mainly an electric bass guitar player but I love playing the upright, and I want / need something to focus on. Since I am working on walking jazz lines on the bass guitar, I want something different for the upright. Like I said, the country book was real fun so I am looking for another fun (and challenging) book. And whatever I take away from it will inevitably bleed into my electric playing, too, so that's a win-win right there!