Video Tutorial Teaches Urban Bass Techniques

Samplerbanks release Urban Bass Techniques by Gospelmusicians      07/07/11

Samplerbanks have released Urban Bass Techniques. A 2 hours 46 minutes video tutorial which they say is geared specifically for the beginner to intermediate bass player. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it in their own words...
From Gospel to Neo Soul, Ivan Santiago shows you the top industry's secret tricks of the trade that will completely change the way you play the bass guitar. You will learn things such as theory, scales, proper fingering along with very important bass techniques such as slapping, popping, fretting, harmonics, and ghost notes.
Chapters:
  • Chapter 01 - Introduction
  • Chapter 02 - Basics
  • Chapter 03 - Progressions
  • Chapter 04 - Groove Pocket
  • Chapter 05 - Bass Te Chapterniques
  • Chapter 06 - Shouting
  • Chapter 07 - Quartet
  • Chapter 08 - Chapterords
  • Chapter 09 - Harmonics
  • Chapter 10 - Worship
  • Chapter 11 - Slugging
  • Chapter 12 – Outro
You will even learn the very secret techniques to slugging as it relates to Neo-Soul music. As an added bonus we even have the patented LMS technology that allows you to notes, and chords being played with the virtual bass right on the screen. You can be assured that all of the techniques are hot and can be applied immediately. Raise your bass playing to another level by watching this title.
Pricing and Availability:
$51 USD / $31.95 GBP / 35.36 Euro - available as instant download More information:

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