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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Wambemando, Feb 8, 2021.
Sad to hear. I enjoyed his lessons.
Oh man, He was/is such a wonderful inspiring teacher with great insight. I found his YouTube videos a few months ago and I think they're great. He always tried to make me think.
And he seemed a gentle, good hearted soul. He will truly be missed but he leaves a treasure trove of instruction behind for all to benefit from. Look up "Real Bass Lessons" on YouTube.
Total respect to Mr. Stinnett. I love his videos and his encouraging teaching style. He made a positive difference with his life.
Awful news, just awful. I unfortunately never met the man in person but I will sorely miss his Youtube stuff. Thank you for making me a better bass player, Jim!
I personally loved his approach on the YT videos. He was my favorite online educator.
I watched several of his videos. He great bassist who enjoyed sharing his knowledge. May he Rest In Peace.
Such sad news! Rest In Peace, Jim Stinnett.
Condolences to his family and friends.
Oh damn. That's terrible. He was such an enthusiastic guy, and super communicative on his YouTube channel.
I posted about my Jaco sig under his video on his Jaco Custom Shop and he was genuinely stoked.
Here is the Mike Gordon Instagram post
RIP Jim Stinnet. Always kind and full of wisdom and knowledge.
Really sad news. He was such a generous and inspiring teacher!
What a great guy. Rest in Peace. Blessings to his loved ones.
This is so sad. I love the lessons on his YouTube channel. What a great teacher and great man. I will miss him greatly.
Oh sorry to hear that I used to watch his lesson a lot. RIP Jim thanks for teaching this old dog new tricks
one of my favs Lesson 19 i have this buried in my watch later list
I've learned a lot from his channel. I hope it will always be there as a memorial to a great teacher.
No way. His video of the buttercream Player Precision convinced me to buy it. I then watched many of his instructional videos and learned a lot. He was such a happy presence. RIP.
Such sad news. I had only discovered Jim's channel a few months ago but I loved his videos. His enthusiasm for the bass was readily apparent. I am glad to see from the posts on here that he had reached a wide audience and helped a lot of players.
Thank you Jim for your joyful, generous spirit and your infectious love of bass and music in general.
Groove on, holmes.
And yes, yes I would love to do that exercise one more time through the whole cycle of fourths.
"Fire it up!"
"Grab your bass and play along with me."
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