Lehrbücher (mit CDs)
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Bassist and educator Ed Friedland has become known as one of the world's foremost authors of bass instructional materials. As a columnist and Contributing Editor for Bass Player Magazine, Ed has written scores of articles that have helped bassists achieve their goals and develop the skills needed to be well rounded musicians.
The only book to teach groove development strategies that includes drum notation and tips on programming drum machines, Bass Grooves and its accompanying CD give bass players both the musical background and training needed to get on with their grooving.
This is the right-hand man for players who live and breathe bass, or for beginners who want an all-in-one guide to the instrument that “shakes the low end” of rock, pop, jazz and more. This handbook details the ins and outs of buying basses and equipment; provides set-up and electronics tips; and explores unique characteristics of landmark bass models.
This book by Bass Player contributing editor and columnist Ed Friedland teaches electric or acoustic bassists of any style the musical skills essential in the working world, survival tips for tackling any gig, and techniques for achieving a competitive edge. It helps new working bassists hit the ground running, and pro players grow stronger. Topics include time and groove, chord charts, ear training, doubling, thumb technique, keeping time, faking tunes and many more, plus ways to assess a gig and deliver the goods. Includes lots of musical examples and exercises, both in the book and on the play-along CD.
Der Gründer und Redakteur der Zeitschrift Bass Player Magazine, Jim Roberts, zelebriert mit seinem Buch How the Fender Bass Changed the World nicht nur die über 50-jährige Geschichte des revolutionären Precision Bass, er zeigt auch das erste Mal die ganze Reichweite der tiefgreifenden Veränderungen auf die Musik und Gesellschaft auf.