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Walking Bass Solos [for Guitar]

By John E. Lawrence

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Guitar (Flatpicking & Fingerpicking) - Intermediate
Composed by John E. Lawrence. Saddle-stitched, Solos. Jazz. Book/CD Set. 36 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.97180BCD).

Item Number: MB.97180BCD
ISBN 9780786635313. Jazz. 8.5 x 11 inches.

This book teaches guitarists how to play chords and bass lines simultaneously while providing insight to bass line construction. Includes exercises to enhance the playing of chord changes and bass lines, plus bass solos that illustrate specific styles including walking blues, jazz swing, and bossa nova. Exercises include: Constructing Walking Bass Solos Root - 5th; Root - 5th - Leading Tone; What Is a ii-V-I Chord Progression?; The Major Walk; Root - 5th and Octave; Slow Blues Line; 12-Bar Blues Progression No. 1; 12-Bar Blues Progression No. 2; 12-Bar Blues Progression No. 3; Putting It All Together; and New Bossa. 40 pages Written in notation and tablature.

  • 12-Bar Blues Bass Line No. 3 
  • Root - 5th And Octave Over Major 7th Chords 
  • Root - 5th Over A Dominant 7th Chord 
  • 12-Bar Blues Bass Line No. 1 
  • 12-Bar Blues Bass Line No. 2 
  • Root - 5th Over Minor 7th Chords 
  • Root - 5th Leading Tone Over Minor 7th Chords 
  • Major Walk No. 1 
  • Scales For The Ii-V-I Progression No. 3 
  • Slow Blues Bass Line 
  • Major Walk No. 3 
  • Root - 5th Leading Tone Over Major 7th Chords 
  • Root - 5th Over Major 7th 
  • Root - 5th Tone Over A Ii-V-I Progression 
  • Scales For The Ii-V-I Progression No. 1 
  • New Bossa 
  • Root - 5th And Octave Over Minor 7th Chords 
  • Scales For The Ii-V-I Progression No. 2 
  • Putting It All Together 
  • Root - 5th Leading Tone Over Dominant 7th Chords 
  • Major Walk No. 2 
  • Root - 5th And Octave Over Dominant 7th Chords 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Location:
    Montreal, Quebec
  • November 30, 2005 Excellent Introduction

    The book is nicely sized and is not overwhelming. It should contain about 6 months of work for most intermediate players. The level of the exercises is very consistent. This is one of the only method books I have ever gone through from cover to cover. The book introduces fingerstyle...

    lines for a variety of grooves. The later ones sound so good by themseleves without a melody instrument playing you will definitely raise people's eyebrows and get their feet tapping when people hear you playing them for the first time. The book does not go into any great detail and the material MUST be extended through personal work to make it more usable. As a personal exercise I recorded a comping line for Fly Me To The Moon which is a good example of practical results that can be obtained by working through this method and then extending it. [...]

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