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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by jokerjkny, Aug 9, 2005.
aka, your ambassador of bass playin' kwan?
myself? i give you the maestro Hilliard Greene.
I've used both Jason DePope and Jesse Kessler in the past. Both hail from NNJ, but I'm flying solo at the moment.
Curtis Reid, awesome guy and a phenomenal musician.
David Hilton is my electric teacher
Magna Cum Laude scholarship graduate of the Berklee College of Music *
Featured in Bass Player Magazine *
Nominated Best Jazz Album of the Year 2003 *
Over 15 years of teaching experience *
Play in the style you choose by learning fingerboard harmony,*
chord scales, modes, pentatonics, arpeggios, ear training,*
Jaco-funk, reading, and extensive harmonic considerations for improv *
then take this new knowledge and apply it to whatever musical situation you find yourself in *
4, 5, and 6 string fretted/fretless *
All levels welcome from beginning to advanced * Reasonable rates *
Hear a sample of my bass style >>>(here) <http://etworks.com/dh/02_Donna_Lee.mp3
Bruce Gertz & Todd Baker
Layton (don't know his last name)
He's a really great guy thats been playing bass and guitar in bands for years. He's in 4 bands at the moment. He's self taught but knows his theory fairly well.
Dave Overthrow: www.daveoverthrow.com
Authored a bunch of books, regular columnist for Bass Player, all-around great musician.
Stuart Bradley (a great teacher and person)
I've never had lessons, I learnt everything I know either from the Tb forums or from friends/watching other bassists. I had piano and violin lessons for years though.
Matt Miller, great musician, greater person.
Just kidding, I teach his kids piano and he refuses to teach me bass because he wants me to study piano (my primary instrument).
But he hasn't even heard me play bass yet!
Nigel Waye was my bass teacher. He was bar-none the best musician i've ever met/played with, he taught me so much about music. Sadly, he passed away a little over a year ago. R.I.P
Steve Kim. He's been around the Seattle area for a long time and is a fantastic teacher.
I've also taken lessons from Todd Johnson and Norm Stockton. Both masters of their instruments, great teachers and overall awesome people.
The only teacher I had was named John Hinckley. I only took lessons from him for about six months, but he was one of the nicest people I've ever know.
Never mentioned Jodie Foster to me, so I assumed he was a different John Hinckley
John Toedtman, fun guy to talk to and a fantastic teacher. Graduated from the Peabody Conservatory. First teacher that's ever been able to really explain walking bass lines to me. If you're in the Cinci/Dayton area of Ohio, and need a teacher, look him up.
Great choice! Be sure to check out John Lockwood as well. He's as good as they get. He and Bruno Raburg are my favorites in the area.
Scott Pazera www.scottpazera.com
Here he is in a pic with Adrian at the Nordstrand booth.
Once I get back to Florida, I'll be studying under Dave LaRue.