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Hal Leonard Rockabilly Slap Bass Video
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Since the 1950s, the acoustic upright bass has remained the showpiece and rhythmic mainstay of the Memphis-based rockabilly sound. This informative a...Click To Read More About This Product
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Since the 1950s, the acoustic upright bass has remained the showpiece and rhythmic mainstay of the Memphis-based rockabilly sound. This informative and entertaining video by Lee Rocker, a "new wave" rockabilly master and co-founder of the Stray Cats, teaches the spectacular multi-rhythmic slapping that will stop any show! Lee shows how to combine right hand techniques with blues bass lines and arpeggios, plus gives valuable advice on getting the best possible sound. Learn to play the songs "Goin' To Kansas City," "Big Blue Train," "That's All Right Mama," "The Hucklebuck," and "Find Another Man." 60 min. Instructional video, Level 2.
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Lee Rocker presents a no nonsense series of sessions on slap bass techniques and advises on the practice to ingrain the techniques in to your body. The DVD features full notes, 1/4 and 1/8th notes with triplets; chord progressions and 'rule breaking'; swing and rockabilly and blues feel techniques and set ups are looked at. All broken up with a couple of songs done by Lee and Big Blue. Good value for money and a great reference