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Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by BassyBill, Jul 19, 2011.
And bump lol
Nice - thank you!
Thanks, very considerate if you op.
Thanks so much for this resource. I have read and reread this material countless times. Some of this material is quite advanced for a guy like me...lol
I am a new member of the forum. Thank you very much for the book.
Please, as a self-taught person I have succeeded to play many rythms (gospel, jazz, blues, rock, zouk, rap, african music, etc.).
But I need to be evaluated in other to fill my gaps.
These are some bass chords I am playing :
I also need an online certification.
Would you give me some advices?
Great, thanks for sharing!
thanks for sharing with us.
Keeping this bumped up. Great guide Thank You
Thanks for this.
Thank you for doing this; it looks good.
Thanks for this it's a great help. Just reading through. Page 5 "playing the 5th fret on the G string (that's two strings away) produces a m7 (a D)"
Shouldn't that produce a C? Or have I failed at understanding it? Sorry if I'm mistaken. I'm new to this level of theory
You're correct, the book is wrong at that point, 5th fret on the G string gives you the note C.
There are a few typos here and there in the book, as noted early on in this thread. I don't have access to an editable version, I'm afraid - only the PDF.
Im new to this and Im new to playing bass but... its never too soon to learn something good! Thank you for sharing this!!
Thanks for posting this. I can use all the help I can get.
Link won't work for me, anyone else?
Me neither. Luckily, Google is creepy-useful... Music Theory
"This is the html version of the file http://www.billygreen.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Music Theory - Basic, Intermediate, Advanced.pdf.
Google automatically generates html versions of documents as we crawl the web."
I was going to google it later, thanks man!
still won't work, can someone email the pdf to me?