“I’ve sampled many online bass lessons over the past year or so. Paid a lot of money but didn’t learn much. But your lessons are a breath of fresh air. Most sites and teachers are dull, over complicated and in some cases-self-important. You have managed to simplify the jargon, to a point where literally anyone can understand and have fun when learning this instrument. But also, behind that laid back, almost jokey exterior is one hell of creative and innovative bass player. In a way it’s a shame that you don’t flaunt and show yourself off like many famous musicians, because if you did, you’d be one of the best. You’re an inspiration. Thankyou for everything, and god bless you” – Tom, USA.
Welcome to Dmans’ Bass blog, and video log! Learning Bass guitar made fun, simple, and easy! Slapping, popping, tapping, beginners Bass songs, beginners riffs, Bass guitar tips, Bass chords, Bass finger picking, plus many other Bass lessons are covered on this site!
Thousands have learnt from me online, and many have gone onto becoming succesfull bass players in their bands, since I started doing these lessons in 2007. My online students often remark on how I keep things simple, and connect with them as people. That was always my main aim. To connect, which is what so many other online teachers fail to do. I hope you take something positive out of these lessons, and go onto to becoming a great Bass player!
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Now then, Fat stringer, and low-end lover. You may have noticed that there is a lot of content on this site! That’s because I am sincerely trying to help people here. I’m doing my best to reach out to you as if there were no geographical boundaries. I’m trying hard. So, with that said, the first port of call on your Bass journey should be the “Lesson tree”. There, you will find a list of lessons that start off easy, and slowly progress.
As hundreds will tell you: If you do those lessons one by one, you will be well on your to becoming a great Bass player, like many of them have done. Take it seriously, and go one by one. Here is the link:
If you’re looking for something more specific, then check out the links in the menu on the right. There, you will find tons of content. Looking for lessons on Slapping, tapping, funk, chords, finger picking, harmonics etc etc? It’s all there for you to check out at your leisure.
Over and out, Fat stringer. I wish you all the best on your journey at LEARNBASS.NET. Remember, I am always here if you ever need me…