Isolated Synth Bass To Superstition by Stevie Wonder

There are a lot of isolated bass lines that you can hear via YouTube and so on.  But there are a lot of isolated bass lines that are floating around the Interwebz that aren’t on Youtube.

So I’m planning to put up a few – especially ones that I think will be of interest to ‘working’ or gigging bass players.  Here’s Stevie Wonder’s great synth bass line to Superstition (and it’s in Eb!):

Isolated Bass To Californication by The Red Hot Chili Peppers/Flea

There are a lot of isolated bass lines that you can hear via YouTube and so on.  But there are a lot of isolated bass lines that are floating around the Interwebz that aren’t on Youtube.

So I’m planning to put up a few – especially ones that I think will be of interest to ‘working’ or gigging bass players.  Here’s the first and it’s the bass line to Californication by The Red Hot Chili Peppers and played of course by Flea:

I’ve created lessons of Californication before in First Bass And Beyond .  Here’s Part 1:

Here’s Part 2 of the Claifornication Tutorial:

Here’s the link to Fingerstyle Funk Rock bass lines

Isolated Bass To is This Love by Bob Marley

There are a lot of isolated bass lines that you can hear via YouTube and so on.  But there are a lot of isolated bass lines that are floating around the Interwebz that aren’t on Youtube.

So I’m planning to put up a few – especially ones that I think will be of interest to ‘working’ or gigging bass players.  Here’s the first and it’s the bass line to Is this Love by Bob Marley:

 

I plan on doing a working video and tutorial for this in this week’s First Bass And Beyond – that’s Issue 257/5th September.

July Ezine – Excerpt from Walking Basslines – The Futsal Way

Over the last few months I’ve been covering some walking bass line material excerpted from my Course Walking Basslines 101. That course opens for general enrollment on Monday 11th August.  If you want to see details for it, you can see them by clicking here:

Walking Basslines 101

Now the monthly ezines are normally password protected – but for a limited period whilst I launch the course I’ve taken the passwords off so you can revisit that content.

In April we looked at a way to practice your timekeeping.  You can see that issue here:

How To Practice Time 1 – April Ezine

In May we looked at a different way to practice your timekeeping.  You can see that issue here:

How To Practice Time 2 – May Ezine

In June we looked at how to build your vocabulary by analyzing transcription and lifting material from them.  You can see that issue here:

How To Build Your Walking Bassline Vocabulary – June Ezine

In July’s issue of the How To Play Bass Ezine we have an excerpt from a report that’s a bonus for premium students called Walking Bass Lines – The Futsal Way.

You can download July’s ezine by right clicking here and using the save as or save target as dropdown:

July-2014

And don’t forget, if you want to see the details on my Walking Basslines 101 course, you can see them be clicking here:

Walking Basslines 101

The course opens on August 11th.  There’s some extra goodies for folks who enroll in the first week.