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Volume 30B - Rhythm Section Workout - Bass & Drums

By Jamey Aebersold

Any C, Eb, Bb, bass instrument - intermediate, advanced
Composed by Jamey Aebersold. Play-Along series with accompaniment CD. Jamey Aebersold Play-A-Long series. The melody is played in and out so you can solo, comp, and trade 4s. Book & CD. Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz (JA.V30BDS).

Item Number: JA.V30BDS

ISBN 978-1-56224-188-9.

Designed for ALL rhythm section players and teachers. Listen as you would any jazz recording as the melody is played in and out, solo, comp., and trade "4s". Tremendous tool for teachers; allows isolation and careful study of each instrument's role with definitive chapters in the booklet. Includes piano & guitar voicings, transcribed bass lines, outstanding drum information, and transcribed solos by Haerle, Petersen, and Coolman. Our first Play-A-Long where the drummer can be turned off and students can trade 4s and 8s with the pros (Vol. 30B only). Vol. 30A is for Keyboardists/Guitarists; Vol. 30B is for Bassists/Drummers.

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  • Lady's Bounce 
  • Reflection 
  • Samba de Luvsme 
  • Scott's Waltz 
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    san jose, ca
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  • 2011-03-05 00:00:00.0 Way Disappointing

    The positives: The songs on the CD are well done, nice quality and varied. The negatives: The drum "section" is a whopping 3.5 pages long! The bass section is a whole page longer! The other 64 pages are filled with solos (guitar/piano, etc)-odd for a ‘drum/bassist’ book...

    . CD isn't really play along - it's a full jazz song with every instrument playing-with a twist-the CD says you just change the channel to either full left or full right to remove the drums or bass (ie , left channel only plays piano/gtr/drums, right channel plays only piano/guitar/bass). Except guess doesn't work! I played just the left channel and could easily hear the bass in it, and then listened to the right and clearly heard the drums. They were a tad bit more faint, but were still 80% there instead of the hopeful 0% i'd like as a true backing track. This whole package is so rudimentary for the drums/bass you could pick up what the put in their measly 7 combined pages anywhere on the internet for free.

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