What if learning to play the bass was like going on a trip? So instead of just learning a bunch of information you are actually getting directions. This driving example is a great way to think about learning to play the bass.
The method you use to learn the bass should be flexible enough to allow for different paths in learning. Some people are going to naturally excel at different parts of music (technique, theory, reading, improv, etc…) and the method you use to learn should be able to handle this type of uneven growth.
- What if you already know how to read music really well, but don’t understand music theory?
- What if you are a complete beginner who has never played the bass?
- What if you excel at the technical part of playing the bass but have trouble with reading music or theory?
- What if… you fill in the blank… will your current method of learning be able to meet your goals?
The Volume 1 Series was designed with these different paths of learning in mind. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner with no experience, intermediate with some experience, or someone who has been playing for years… This system of learning will work for you!