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Newbie Links: TECHNIQUE

Discussion in 'Jazz Technique [DB]' started by Chris Fitzgerald, Aug 10, 2002.

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  1. Chris Fitzgerald

    Chris Fitzgerald Student of Life Staff Member Administrator

    Oct 19, 2000
    Louisville, KY
    Listed below are a series of topics, and links to previous discussions of same. I'll be adding to this list periodically whenever anyone suggests a new topic that should be covered here. For the sake of housekeeping and cleanliness, I'll be keeping this thread locked and stuck to the top of the forum: so if you have any suggestions or links to send me, please notify me by PM.

    NEWBIES: the purpose of this thread is not to discourage posting by new members, but rather to encourage informed posting by new members. Feel free to respond to any of these older threads - if you do, they'll get bumped back to the top and become open discussions again in case you have any questions or anything to add. You are of course also always welcome to start a new thread in any of the forums. Welcome to Talkbass!


    Ray Parker's Monster Fingering Thread

    Discussion of Ray's Fingering Thread

    Discussion Topics

    Advice for DB Newbies

    Along the Strings vs. Across the Strings: Discussion

    Alternatives to Simandl

    Blazing Tempos

    Double Bass (REALBASS) vs. Electric Upright (FUDGESICLE) Technique

    Endurance Training

    Fingerboard Markings

    Fingerboard Position Markings: Good or Bad?

    Fingering What You Hear

    Half Steps between LH Fingers

    Hand Size Discussion

    Harmonics: Discussion on usage

    Hearing Chord Changes

    Height of the Bass

    History of Slap Bass on DB (article)

    How to Use a Bow

    Intonation Practice

    Intonation While Descending

    Left Hand Cramping and how to get past it

    Mistakes, Recovery and Focus

    Practice: Walking, Soloing and The Big Picture

    THE POCKET: What it is and how to find it

    Simandl Editions: Sankey vs. Peters

    Sitting vs. Standing

    Sitting vs. Standing

    Sitting vs. Standing

    Three Octave Scales

    Transitioning From Plank to Double Bass

    Vomit Exercises

    Uptempo Walking

    Walking Bass Lines

    Walking Bass Lines: Embellishing

    Why Simandl?
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