In the lesson I give you techniques to help play and create your own Walking Bass Lines for Shuffle Blues.
There is also a Backing Track For practicing and a bit of Blues history.
This is suitable for anyone wishing to start playing walking bass over 12-Bar Blues.
Learn techniques to help play and create your own Blues walking bass lines.
These walking lines will work for any Shuffle Blues and are transferable to other styles too.
Free PDF with Standard Notation & Tab plus a 12-bar Blues Backing Track in E.
I have been delving into Ska lately, especially the earlier classic Ska/reggae crossover style.
I have found inventive bass lines, often using walking lines or arpeggio patterns. Some are pretty fast and tricky to play.
I have prepared this lesson of Five Classic Ska Bass Lines. These are some of my favourites and you are sure to have fun playing them.
Follow the link below for the full video lesson.
Enjoy, and I’d love your feedback on the lesson, or suggestions of other Ska tunes to teach.
In this video I play through Queen’s ‘39 on my Kala U-Bass then on my Tele Bass. There is a guitar backing track which I have left running for you to practise with. Interested in your thoughts on the Uke Bass.
If you want the chart for this with TAB also) then follow the link below or you can find it in the video description:
Here is a lesson explaining all about, and showing you how to play the jazz turnaround.
You will learn the theory behind it, and some practical lines to play over them.
You can download a free PDF to accompany the lesson, by clicking the link in the video description, on YouTube.
Check out all my other videos, and resources at gregsbassshed.com
Please ask if you have any questions.