Introduction to Bass Guitar - Started Mar. 7
Late beginning and early intermediate bass guitar players will learn to be self-sufficient musicians who can adapt to a variety of musical situations. We will explore 5 essential scales, play bass lines in a handful of styles, learn good practice and physical techniques, and expand rhythmic knowledge.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
- Play 5 essential scales that can be used in any style
- Understand productive practice technique
- Understand finding chord progressions and root notes
- Learn intermediate physical techniques in the picking and fretting hands
MORE ABOUT EMILY ZIMMER
Since 2002, Emily has played music professionally as a solo artist, band member, composer, session musician, and hired touring musician in genres including rock, blues, country, r&b, folk, and metal. While obtaining her Bachelor's Degree, she studied jazz and classical music.
Emily has been teaching since 2008. She loves to help students of all skill levels develop their style, musicianship, and creativity. Whether you're a seasoned picker just brushing up, or you're a total beginner, Emily will get you started on your musical journey.
The class will meet for four live online sessions on Saturdays from 1-2 pm ET.
- March 7
- March 14
- March 21
- April 4
Enrolled students receive lifetime access to the video recordings of the classes.
HOW IT WORKS
Students can connect to the online platform using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate online students also need a webcam with microphone. The live sessions are recorded so that all enrolled students can review the class sessions following the live class. Class recordings will be available for viewing within 48 hours of the live class.
Ages 13 and up late beginning and early intermediate bass guitar players.
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EMILY ZIMMER'S STUDENTS SAY
I continue to be impressed with Emily as a teacher and an inspiration. She is a true professional and knows every aspect of her instruments and the music business as a whole.
Love how we have similar learning philosophies - and dreams of butterscotch teles.