Teach Me Bass Guitar vol.3: Finding your own style
with Roy Vogt
- Course Trailer
- Sample Lesson Free
- Finding your own style
- Lean how to slap the bass
- Slap and pop the bass
- Finger style funk
- 17th to 20th frets, double & triple stops
- The walking bassline - licks and improv
Roy received the first masters of music in electric bass degree ever awarded. Since then, he's been touring the world and working with the best musicians around. Today, he's one of the most respected bassists & educators in the international community - some of his students have gone on to tour and record with artists like Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Michael W. Smith, Lady Antebellum, Chick Corea, Sir Tom Jones and countless other music icons.
Roy Vogt’s multi award-winning Teach Me Bass Guitar (TMBG) series is the most comprehensive, effective, and entertaining course of self-paced bass guitar instruction anywhere.
If you've been playing bass for some time, TMBG is a treasury of new tricks that will sharpen your skill, deepen your understanding of music and expand your repertoire in ways you never imagined.
Volume 3 is all about discovering different styles on the bass and exploring the neck:
- Get funky with slapping and popping in a style played to this day by bassists like Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller and Victor Wooten.
- Learn finger style funk and inject funkiness into your playing using your fingers.
- Go up and down the neck
- Challenge yourself with the walking bassline - a staple of jazz and swing, also found in blues, country and Gospel.
Each lesson in this course can take up to a month to master - that means to own the principles and techniques taught in the lesson and be able to interpret them flawlessly on the bass guitar. Lessons start with a brief summary of what you're about to cover, and a warm-up. Then there's a lesson and a practice sessions, then band practice - Roy structured the lessons to give you plenty of time to play with an awesome band of Nashville's finest musicians. These are real jam sessions designed to work your chops. The lessons end with some down stretches and a recap.
If you're serious about learning bass guitar, get started now with a free lesson below.