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Got Music Theory?

Within the community of bass players, there exists a certain controversy regarding the value of music theory.  Some are sceptical about this subject because of their belief that music theory will hold back natural musical creativity, along with the overall enjoyment of playing the bass guitar.  Ostensibly, other disbelievers regard theory and analysis as an impractical means to describe and analyse a spontaneous musical performance.  Nothing could be further from the truth, so let us get right to the heart of the matter with some practical explanations exemplifying the benefits of music theory.

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New Book! Chord Tone Sudoku Workbook by Joe Hubbard

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
16/02/2017

Joe Hubbard Releases Innovative New Workbook

Joe Hubbard has launched his sixth self-published book, The Chord Tone Sudoku Workbook.  Hubbard, a renowned bass guitar player, author, jazz recording artist and respected educator, reveals the concept of chord tone recognition in his latest book.

With an in-depth selection of musical examples and exercises, The Chord Tone Sudoku Workbook, is one of the most complete studies of chord tones available for bass guitarists of any level.  This book is more than just a method book, taking you deep inside the bass guitar fingerboard and into the world of chord tone recognition.

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