I did a search and didn't see any recent threads on the topic, so any advice would be greatly appreciated. I would have to introduce myself as a guitar player, but I've made the decision to switch to bass full time. I would dabble here and there with the bass, and something just felt more right, or more natural with the bass in my hands. Maybe it's because I'm 6'5", or I have a really deep voice and I'm more tuned to low frequencies, or maybe bass is just way cooler! Regardless, I have scattered knowledge when it comes to music theory. I have some basic understanding, and what has happened in the past is I've started from scratch, then when I encounter the stuff I already know, skip ahead, which then confuses me down the road. I'm wondering what the best way to start learning music theory would be. Unfortunately, the town I'm from has very few bass teachers. I used one in the past and it wasn't a great experience (forgetting what they taught me in previous lessons, cutting lessons, short, etc). My main objective is to be able to be a stand in bass player. Knowing that, is anyone able to help me out with a plan of study, preferably broken down into specific topics? Or, perhaps a great online resource? I appreciate any advice!