Tired of the Hype? Blues & Pentatonic Explained (Part 1)

There are two main approaches to improvising over a set of chord changes: Harmonic Specificity: Playing on the chords in question, paying close attention to resolving on chord tones and tensions of the specific chords you are playing on while employing embellishments...

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Beginner’s Bass Principle #3: Parallel Relationships

In the previous two articles on the Beginner’s Bass Principles, we have started the process of removing the barrier that stands between what you hear in your head and what you hear on the bass guitar.  We have learned that to develop the ability to play at the speed...

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Halloween eBook Sale 2022

Learning to master musical concepts is a life-long endeavour.  In fact, most of the great musicians of the world, both past and present, will testify that nobody actually lives long enough to master anything, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try. I was very...

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How to Find a Good Teacher

“Seek out the best private instruction you can afford.” – Wynton Marsalis Good teachers are a rare breed and can be hard to find amongst the dross of new wave music instructors who are only out to make a quick buck and not impart you with real musical skills that will...

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NEWS UPDATE! NEW STRING ENDORSEMENT…

September 15, 2022 We’re thrilled to announce that Joe Hubbard is now endorsing IQS bass strings from Italy.  Joe will be joining the ranks of IQS endorsers that include Federico Malaman, Wojtek Plilichowski, Kai Eckhardt, Lorenzo Feliciati and Andrew Gouche. Joe is...

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“Is there a progressive order to your books?”

So, I wanted to respond to some of the common questions that I get about my books... Questions:  “Is there a progressive order to your books?”  “How would you rate them from beginner to advanced?” Answers: Well, there isn’t a strict order per say, but putting them in...

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