Bass Lessons .com - the bass resource.
Posted by Jim on July 31, 2001 at 02:37:31:
In Reply to: Re: Tips for starting double bassist posted by Django Pastorius on July 28, 2001 at 15:13:33:
>>Listen to upright bass players - Chambers, Carter, Holland, MItchell - get
: their sound in your head.<<
Don't forget Ray Brown, who is always recorded clearly, has great intonation, and swings his butt off. Get any of Oscar Peterson's 50's & early 60's records he's on, Like Sound of the Trio or the Stratford recording they did with Herb. Or anything he did with Monty Alexander and / or Milt Jackson like That's the Way It Is, or Very Tall.
Play with records, sing everything you play; work with the bow and a good classical teacher to get the board down.
Ps: Re the 1st few replies. Glad to see some of us still have a sense of humour. It's good to have fun too!!
Post a Followup