#1
K, so ive read good things about this on the internet, but was wondering if anyone who had used cood tell me briefly what it covers and if it helps. Preferably if youv used it before.

Thanks
#3
Wooten the man, seen him play a few times he's very humble and down to earth. He kinda has that teacher voice too.

I have his thump lesson videos, they're great, haven't check out the new one yet.
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#4
I have mixed feelings about Wooten. His playing is undeniable. But sometimes I feel like hes telling people that you dont have to study music or work hard at all to become good, you just have to have a certain attitude.
#5
Its been a while since I saw it, but its mostly about changing the way you approach bass playing. So its not specifically: "this is how you double-thumb" although it does tell you that, but its much more about Victor's attitude towards playing, and, as it says on the tin, groove.
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#6
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Wooten the man, seen him play a few times he's very humble and down to earth. He kinda has that teacher voice too.

I wouldn't call Victor "English is my first language, music is my second" Wooten humble - smug is the word you're looking for.

Anyway, as helpful as the BPTV videos are, I find the artists talking more educational than their playing. Personally, I prefer to see artists explain their techniques and why they use them instead of going "look and listen".
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