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Tony Grey: Bass Academy (Book/DVD)
Tony Grey: Bass Academy (Book/DVD)

Beschikbaarheid: op voorraad in ons magazijn, meteen leverbaar, Omschrijving: Designed and written by world-renowned bassist Tony Grey, Bass Academy features hundreds of musical examples an...

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Beschikbaarheid: op voorraad in ons magazijn, meteen leverbaar

Artikelcode: 104654

Merk: Hal Leonard

Wordt verzonden als: brievenbuszending

Verkocht per: stuk

Geschreven in: notenschrift


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Designed and written by world-renowned bassist Tony Grey, Bass Academy features hundreds of musical examples and exercises, as well as step-by-step guides on theory and playing approach. It's truly the ultimate Bass Guitar method.

Featuring hundreds of specially-composed exercises and musical examples, Bass Academy makes you really feel like you are learning from Tony Grey. With a DVD included as well, you will have access to exclusive video tutorials, giving you your own one-to-one masterclass with Tony Grey himself.

Jazz is one of the most difficult genres to master, and Tony Grey is somebody who has managed it. Studying at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, he has a wealth of insight into jazz music, and playing jazz that he imparts onto the reader in a really accessible and easy-to-use layout. This means that you are able to learn directly from one of the most exciting modern jazz Bass players of today.

The DVD lessons and tutorials in Bass Academy have been specially recorded to give an intimate insight into the techniques and exercises that appear in the book.

The innovative format is highly-detailed yet easy to use making it perfect for both new and experienced musicians who want to learn jazz Bass from a true virtuoso. Check out Bass Academy today and begin your career in jazz Bass Guitar with the best possible start.


Drager: boek + DVD

Format: lesboek + DVD

Druk: eerste druk

Taal: Engelstalig

Aantal blz: 270

Bindwijze: paperback

ISBN 13: 9781780384832

EAN: 9781780384832