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Title: Hal Leonard Bass Method Bk 1 (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Electric Bass
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Friedland, Ed
Catalog #: 00695068
Series: Hal Leonard Bass Method
The Hal Leonard Bass Method is designed for anyone just learning to play electric bass. It is based on years of teaching bass students of all ages, and it also reflects some of the best bass teaching ideas from around the world! The second edition has been totally revised and features all new engravings and photos. The books have been updated to meet the needs of today's bass students byrenowned bassist and author Ed Friedland. Book 1 teaches: tuning, playing po sition; musical symbols; notes within the first five frets; common bass lines,patterns and rhythms; rhythms through eighth notes; playing tips and techniqu es; more than 100 great songs, riffs and examples; and more! The CD includes 44 full-band tracks for demonstration or play-along.
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