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Basses Loaded Volume 2 - "Rock Edition"

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Basses Loaded Volume 2 - "Rock Edition"
Basses Loaded Volume 2 - 'Rock Edition'
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“The Basses Loaded Series by Rod Goelz is the industry’s best Bass Method for the serious bass player”. That’s the chant kicking around all the magazine racks, educational string periodicals and musical water coolers across the country.

Basses Loaded: Volume 2, Rock Edition” published by Santorella Publications will teach you Major & Natural Minor Music Theory and its application. This “96 Page Mammoth” edition teaches Straight 8th, Basic Shuffle, Baion Rhythms and Major & Minor Pentatonic Scales.

There is an entire section devoted to Major & Minor Improvisational Patterns including Extended Pentatonic Scales with runs, licks and riffs. Essential Rock Slur Techniques and the “not to be forgotten” Classic Rock Ostinato Patterns are introduced and explained in detail.

Basses Loaded: Volume 2 from Santorella Publications will feature the Rock“playing” styles of Paul McCartney (The Beatles), Jack Bruce (Cream), Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), John Entwhistle (The Who), John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin) and many others.

Feel the impact of “Chicago Blues” & examine the enormous influence of “Latin Rhythms” in today’s Rock & Roll Music. As you grasp the “5 Line Approaches” for building & improvising better “Rock” bass lines you’ll begin to experience that nasty “growl” sound. This “Rock” editionalsoincludes a CD with over 90 tracks of lessons and rhythm section play-a-longs.

Here’s a quick glance at what you’ll find inside this incredible book; The Rock n’ Roll Bass Player • Rock Bass: Basic Rhythms • Application: Chord To Chord Movement • Focus On Theory: Essential Intervals, The Major Scale • Major Scale Construction • Third Intervals & The Major Scale Chords • Major Chords within The Major Scale • Minor Chords within The Major Scale • The “VII” Chord & The Major Scale • Basic Open Patterns: Application • Basic Movable Patterns: Application • Groove Style: Quarter Note Rock Style • Rock Articulation Styles (Part 1): Making Upright Bass “Doom” Sounds • In The Style Of “Footstompin’ Music” by Grandfunk Railroad • Swing Bass: Open Blues Runs • In The Style Of “In The Mood” by Glenn Miller • “Jump Blues” Bass: Mid-40s Style • In The Style Of “Caldonia” by Louis Jordon • “Rhythm & Blues” Bass: Early 50’s Style • In The Style Of “Honey Hush” by Big Joe Turner • Early Rock Bass: In The Style Of Bill Black • In The Style Of “Blue Suede Shoes” by Elvis Presley v Early Rock Bass: In The Style Of Willie Dixon • In The Style Of “Johnny B. Goode” by Chuck Berry • The British Invasion Early Paul McCartney Style • In The Style Of “All My Loving” by The Beatles • 1970’s Classic Rock Style • In The Style Of “Money” by Pink Floyd • Rock Articulation Styles (Part 2): Making "Dump" Sounds • In The Style Of “Memphis Tennessee” by Johnny Rivers • Quarter Note Rock Style • The Revivalist Movement, Part 1: Ska & Reggae • In The Style Of “Superman” by Goldfinger • The Revivalist Movement. Part 2: Swing • In The Style Of “Route 66” by The Brian Setzer Orchestra • Intervallic Visualization & Application • Quarter Note Rock Style: Bass Line Ideas • Put It Together: Sample Progressions • Focus On Theory: The Natural Minor Scale • Natural Minor Scale Construction • The Natural Minor Scale: Diatonic Chords • Major & Minor Chords within The Natural Minor Scale • The “II” Chord & The Natural Minor Scale • Minor Scale Intervals: Visualize & Apply • Quarter Note Rock Style: Minor Bass Line Ideas • Groove Study 2: Straight 8ths • 8th Note Pedaling • Key Note Pedaling • In The Style Of “Live Wire” by AC/DC • Root Note Pedaling • In The Style Of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana • Rock Bass: Picking Styles • In The Style Of “Sin City” by AC/DC • In The Style Of “Got The Time” by Joe Jackson • In The Style Of “She” by Green Day • Scale Visualization: Horizontal Arrangement • Open String Pedaling • In The Style Of “Some Heads Are Gonna Roll” by Judas Priest • Open String Pedaling: Riff Examples • In The Style Of “Enter Sandman” by Metallica • In The Style Of “Gotta Get Away” by The Offspring • In The Style Of “Breaking The Chains” by Dokken • In The Style Of “Forty Six & Two” by Tool • In The Style Of “Zero” by Smashing Pumpkins • In The Style Of “Coast To Coast ” by The Scorpions • Beyond Pedaling: Theme & Variation • Scalar Neighboring Tone • Chromatic Neighboring Tone • Beyond Pedaling: Expanding The Quarter Note Concept • In The Style Of “Mony Mony” by Tommy James & The Shondells • Beyond Pedaling: Theme & Variation; Major 6 Arpeggio Application, Chromatic Approach • More Chord To Chord Lines • In The Style Of “Living On A Prayer” by Bon Jovi • In The Style Of “Strutter” by KISS • The “McCartney” Major Triad • In The Style Of “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” by The Beatles • Tone Sets: Another Improvisational Tool • In The Style Of “Mr. Speed” by KISS • Tone Sets: Minor & Power Chord • Ostinato Patterns • In The Style Of “Gimme Some Lovin” by The Spencer Davis • In The Style Of “Squealer” by AC/DC • In The Style Of “Come Down” by Bush; “You Give Love A Bad Name” by Bon Jovi • In The Style Of “Living On A Prayer” by Bon Jovi • In The Style Of “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place” by The Animals • In The Style Of “Tenderloin” by Blue Oyster Cult • Dotted Quarter/8th Note Review • The Baion Rhythm: History & Rhythms • Building “Baion” Lines From The Ground Up • Major Key Baion Line Approaches; Examples 1-17 • Minor Key Baion Line Approaches; Examples 1-9 • The Major Tone Set • Baion Chord-To-Chord Examples • In The Style Of “Stand By Me” by The Drifters • In The Style Of “La Bamba” by Ritchie Valens • In The Style Of “Brown Eyed Girl” by Van Morrison • In The Style Of “One Of Us” by Joan Osbourne • In The Style Of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses • The Studio “Session” Musician • Put It Together: Sample Progressions • In The Listening Room • Cutting The Rope • Applying 16th Note Rhythms • In The Style Of “Going Down” by Freddie King, Jeff Beck • Rhythm Overview: Use Of Rests & Ties • Essential Rock Slur Techniques • The “Hammer On” • The “Pull Off” • The “Grace Note Hammer-On” • The “Slide” • The “Grace Note Slide” • The Jack Bruce/Geezer Butler Rock Slur Style • Minor Key Baion Line • Approaches • In The Style Of David Bowie, bassist Trevor Bolder • In The Style Of The Who, bassist John Entwistle • The Art Of Mimicry • In The Style Of Iron Maiden, bassist Steve Harris • Filling It Up w/ The Extended Minor Pentatonic • The Jack Bruce Influence • “Electric Playground”: The Jack Bruce/Geezer Butler Style • Minor Pentatonic Riffs • In The Style Of “Doodle Oop” by The Meters • In The Style Of “Moby Dick” by Led Zeppelin • In The Style Of “What You’re Doing” by Rush • In The Style Of “The Fixer” by Humble Pie • The Blues Scale • In The Style Of “Funk #49” by The James Gang • In The Style Of “Wrathchild” by Iron Maiden • In The Style Of “What You’re Doing” by Rush • The Geezer Butler Influence • In The Style Of Black Sabbath, bassist Geezer Butler • Matching: Rock Bass Players

Note from the author, Mr. Rod Goelz

Basses Loaded: Volume 2 “Rock Edition" is part “history lesson” and part “improvisational workshop”. In this edition, you’ll learn Quarter, 8th & 16th note rhythmic combinations. I’ll not only teach you how to play the lines and improvise the lines, but I’m even gonna show you how to make your bass GROWL!


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