Download e-book for kindle: 70s Funk and Disco Bass: 101 Groovin' Bass Patterns (Bass by Josquin des Pres

By Josquin des Pres

ISBN-10: 0634028561

ISBN-13: 9780634028564

The low, throbbing beat of serious bassists like James Jamerson, Anthony Jackson, Larry Graham, Bootsy Collins, Louis Johnson and Verdine White drove the area to the dance flooring throughout the disco period. during this new Bass developers booklet, popular bassist Josquin des Pres presents one zero one actual funk and disco bass styles to aid avid gamers perform getting their groove. contains usual notation and tab, and a CD with ninety nine full-demo tracks.

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