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Posted by Brak on February 03, 2001 at 05:32:54:

In Reply to: Tapping.... posted by Emma on February 02, 2001 at 12:39:09:

www.activenbass.com has lessons for beginners.
If you go to the lessons section you can choose if you want to browse them by music genre or skill level. Choose skill lever and klick Beginner, and you'll get a fair amount of easyer stuff to work with. (you can allso click the "beginning bass" on the front page)

Allso, as someone mentioned, scales is a good place to begin learning. You can allso play some arpeggios.

Anyway, it's all there on that site.
The best thing with that site is that it has lessons to advanced, so you can use it for a long time.

Oh, and getting a teacher is good idea. If you are brand new, it's good to get some verbal instruction aswell. And learning how to use your hands is not that easy to learn by just reading. Much easyer if a person can correct you.

Hope you stick with your bass!

/Brakster

: Does anyone know of any tapping lessons for COMPLETE beginners? Or can anyone outline the basics for me? All the lessons I can find assume that I already know how to do it and go straight on to double tapping and two handed tapping, whatever that is! :P So I'm slightly lost.....
: Thanx in advance,
: Emma




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