#1
I've recently bought a bass guitar and planning on teaching myself rather than getting a teacher. However I've been searching the internet and am having trouble finding any good websites to teach myself from. If anyone knows of any good websites or books that they can tell me about I would be very greatfull

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#6
dmanlamius.com

His lessons are super easy and will definitely get you started in no time at all.
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#8
Buried a few pages in the FAQ is a list I did a while back. But for starters, you can't go wrong with Hal Leonard's Bass Method 1 -3 combined volume.
#9
Once you know a little bit and get some theory ingested, john myung has a book/dvd called progressive bass concepts.
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Once you know a little bit and get some theory ingested, john myung has a book/dvd called progressive bass concepts.


I didn't know Myung's video was made on DVD. Do you know where one can find it for sale?
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#11
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I didn't know Myung's video was made on DVD. Do you know where one can find it for sale?


I dont know actually, I came across it on youtube. Maybe it isnt a dvd... only video...

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/books-videos-music/hal-leonard-progressive-bass-concepts--john-myung-video
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I can write a coherent tune ... But 3/4? I play rock, not polka.