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Jay Farmer: First Lessons (Bass) is intended to introduce beginning students to the fundamental concepts of playing the electric bass. The material covered in this book is approximately the materialcovered in the first 8 lessons of private bass instruction. This book makes use of the 3-finger left hand position commonly found in double bass technique. The emphasis on left hand technique allows the student to develop aconsistent fingering approach to the fingerboard, reduces unnecessary strain on the left hand, and makes the bass more accessible to younger students or students with small hands.After the left hand technique has beenestablished, the book introduces the student to important elements of bass line construction including blues patterns, the root-fifth relationship, and common rhythmic patterns.Introduction for beginning students tothe fundamental concepts of playing the electric bass.Book is approximately the material covered in the first 8 lessons of private bass instruction.Makes use of the '3-finger' left hand position commonly foundin double bass technique.Offers student important elements of bass line construction: blues patterns, root-fifth relationship, and common rhythmic patterns.Companion CD included.
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Book Description Mel Bay Pubns, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0786662522
Book Description Mel Bay, 2002. paperback. Condition: New. 23 X 30 Cm. Lingua: english. Seller Inventory # M2722
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # S-0786662522
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # SL-0786662522