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Hi Fellow bass player. I hope everyone is healthy and keeping a positive vibe where possible?! 

I've had a little more time this past week to make several new You Tube videos on a variety of bass topics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpHCny0h1W8

I am also delivering all of my one-to-one lessons over Skype, Zoom, FaceTime etc.

If you would like to book a lessons please don't hesitate to contact me through my website. 

Additionally you can take advatage of the many FREE progressive bass and guitar lessons, including quality printed resources.

Just head over to:

https://www.darrengloverbassandguitarlessons.com

See you there and take care.

Darren

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