#1
I've been trying to find a site similar to justinguitar for bass but couldn't find one, is there a good site I can't find?
#2
Quote by kharn_tb
I've been trying to find a site similar to justinguitar for bass but couldn't find one, is there a good site I can't find?

Check out Scott's Bass Lesson on youtube, he also has a website where you can take lesson for a fair price. definitely worth checking out. http://www.scottsbasslessons.com/
#3
Both of the above are great. Given their accents both of these guys must only live a few miles from each other. Talking Bass is especially good for beginners as the lessons are structured from beginner all the way through to advanced. Scott's Bass has some really interesting stuff too. Both have good solid teaching styles and good production values.

Worth a look is http://how-to-play-bass.com/ which bases it's approach on learning songs rather than theory but it's good clear instruction on how to play each song. There's a fair no of free songs so worth checking.
#4
^if you need to learn bass lines quickly, How to play bass is a great shortcut tool for more advanced players as well.
#5
Quote by kabadi.man
another good one is Talkingbass.net
plenty of free video lessons on there


That's a good site.
The thumb pivot trick helped me with the quick hammer ons on Roundabout.
He also makes good points about flat fretting on stretches. I've been fretting it like a guitar with curled fingers. I need to get better at flat fretting so I could do this song better like he does:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQZQReos3x0
#6
Quote by bar2271
That's a good site.
The thumb pivot trick helped me with the quick hammer ons on Roundabout.
He also makes good points about flat fretting on stretches. I've been fretting it like a guitar with curled fingers. I need to get better at flat fretting so I could do this song better like he does:


being able to do both will help a lot when you go to playing 4-6 string barre chords
modes are a social construct
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#8
Quote by anarkee
^if you need to learn bass lines quickly, How to play bass is a great shortcut tool for more advanced players as well.

Lol, I confess I still go there far too often.