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To All My Fellow Bass Guitarists...

Hello everybody I just stumbled onto a great sheet looking at bass chords. I wish I had this years ago. It makes sense to me and my brain so I thought I’d share it with whomever. Enjoy!


Lesson With Jeff Harshbarger

Jeff Harshbarger is my kind of bass player. His amazing playing reflects a lifelong study of the great masters. Jeff talks fondly of the opportunity to have lessons with heavyweights like Ray Brown and Francois Rabbath. 883 more words


Lesson with Ken Walker

I’ve wanted to have a lesson with Ken Walker for years, ever since a friend called him “the Ray Brown of Denver.” Ken has played with so many top jazz players that I hesitate to name some, because I don’t want to exclude the others. 990 more words

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Daily Jazz Scales and Arpeggios

I knew that if I was going to take lessons, I would have to be in shape. That means scales and arpeggios. So I made a rule that I would practice them an hour every day. 247 more words

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Happy New Year!

Here’s a little sketch I’ve been working on.. finished just in time to ring in the New Year!

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Free Printable Piano Scales for Young Pianists

When I studied piano as a child, every lesson and practice session began with scales. I didn’t ask why– I just assumed it was a warm up, like running laps before gym class. 1,024 more words

3rd Grade