Posts Tagged ‘bass guitar’

Experience Top Class Guitar Lessons

Friday, January 17th, 2014
By Alfred Brown Imagine yourself on a stage in a large auditorium. You are standing there with your guitar in your hands. Ready. Before you a large crowd buzzes with sheer anticipation. They've been hanging on your every move. Every riff. Every lick. For a moment, you feel their excitement. And yet, you feel relaxed. Calm even. You begin to Read The Post [...]

Understanding Your Bass Guitar

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012
So you can begin trying to play a bass guitar, or perhaps just about any musical instrument for instance, it is always advisable to know everything about this first. Why? It is just because you will not live through a lesson without hearing a number of technical terminology. The terminology were not created to make your life harder, trust me. They Read The Post [...]

Being Familiar With The Terminologies Of Your Bass Guitar

Sunday, January 29th, 2012
In order to start off actively playing a bass guitar, or any sort of instrument for that matter, it usually is wise to learn pretty much everything about it first. Why? Simply because you need a bit of a background and some terminologies to survive a guitar class. The terms weren't built to make your life more technical, believe me. They're actually Read The Post [...]