A new DVD release from LickLibrary takes you through some of the world's greatest bass parts 01-Aug-12
LickLibrary tells us that Learn to Play Rock Basslines takes you through some of the world's greatest bass parts in the history of music. They say that these high quality DVD lessons are a definitive guide to learning bass guitar and ideal for beginners through to intermediate players to master their instrument and nail some killer tracks in the process. A spokesperson told Amped,
"Learn To Play Rock Basslines includes an amazing twenty classic rock tracks from the last five decades. Starting in the sixties the DVD takes you through Jimi Hendrix's Hey Joe, and move's onto the seventies to explore the genius of bass playing Phil Lynott in Thin Lizzy's Dancing in the Moonlight, John Paul Jones in Led Zeppelin's Black Dog and Roger Waters in Money by Pink Floyd. Eighties tracks include Guns n' Roses Sweet Child Of Mine and Rush's Tom Sawyer. Nineties songs covered include Metallica's Enter Sandman and Give It Away by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. More recent tracks featured include Cochise by Audioslave, Muse's Hysteria and Vertigo by U2. Plus there are another nine solid rock bass grooves on this DVD that will help take your bass playing to a whole new dimension.
Teaching you about these landmarks in bass playing is highly sought after bass player, writer and teacher Phil Williams. Phil has spent the last twenty years collaborating live and in sessions with a diverse group of artists that includes Gary Barlow, Roger Daltrey and Craig David." Pricing and Availability: