Ed Friedland Slap Bass The Ultimate Guide. Instruction on how to play funk bass. Includes Snapping, Popping, Left Hand Integration, Dead. Ed Friedland: SLAP BASS, DVD, Bass, and thousands more titles. ejazzlines has the best selection and prices of jazz in the world!. gone – whew, that was quick thanks! The Ed Friedland “Slap Bass” DVD is a great instruction tool for beginning slappers, accomplished.

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The total package is a complete, comprehensive, friedlsnd organized gass that will take you from the very first steps to advanced level. They feature members past and present of Neon Prophet, one of the top Reggae bands in the Southwest.

This book is the rock and roll version of my first book “Building Walking Bass Lines”. This book fully explores the major and minor pentatonic scales with multiple fingerings, technical exercises, pentatonic modes.

It’s simply 40 play along blues tracks for guitarists, horn, harmonicas, etc. Blues Jam Session Description: Designed for the beginning jazz player, this is my first book.

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Learning how to program your drum machine and play grooves that fithow to create your OWN funk lines with simple forms, equipment guidance, stylistic nuances of master slappers Larry Graham, Louis Johnson and Marcus Miller and much more. Ed Friedland — Slap Bass. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Ed Freidland gives excellent, easily understood instructions.

They let me play on the session, and no Reggae is a whole universe unto itself, an entire musical culture. I use this book in many of my jazz workshops. Expanding Walking Bass Lines Description: You have to learn them strictly by ear! There are activities to help you internalize rhythm; to understand drum parts by programming drum machines; learn how to use the natural tendencies of the instrument to affect the groove; learn 25 different styles of groove written and on CD – with drum parts ; and tips from some of the groovin’est players in the world, and an essay on the metaphysics of the groove.


Of course, there are lots of great tracks to play with. The content is logically organized and progresses to more complex riffs. Many of the most popular classic “riddims” are here, written in tab and standard notation. Book of the Month Brand new! There are plenty of tracks, as well as 7 full jazz arrangements with intros, endings, solos even for the bass player. It may be boring for many at first, but it gets better quickly.

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BluesCountryFunkJazzRock. The three “mystery” tunes are on the CD without any changes written. Sounds scary, and maybe it is at first, but keep in mind that jazz musicians do this every day.

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You get to hear one chorus of him, and the camera is right there. Slow Demos and tips on creating your own grooves are also included.

Ed Friedland – Slap Bass: The Ultimate Guide

Perfect for new slappers, this DVD starts right at the very beginning. The tracks are awesome! I have also put up a lot of archived material that has not been available for years.

Learn how to effectively use these scales to create bass lines, and how to super-impose different scales over chords for soloing. Building Rock Bass Lines Description: It explains many other ideas like scalewise motion, chromatic motion, arpeggiation, targeting other chord tones, and much more.

Jazz jam Session Description: Listen Check out the sound samples on the Equipment Pageand tracks on the Mp3s page. You can read more about my educational concept Warning: It’s a good choice for the player that already has a solid grasp on the fundamentals. Every type of rhythmic and stylistic rriedland you can imagine, in many different keys. In the real world, bassists MUST be able to play tunes they don’t know – without music.


The Ultimate Guide 6 comments Tags: There is also a section that gives you a chance to practice the essential skill of picking up tunes by ear. Check out this rare and candid video of Dickie jamming at home with some Aebersold CDs.

There are several aspects of this program that make it even more valuable than the rest. This is the perfect tool for the upright bassist that bas new to jazz playing. Bsas discuss blues forms, lines and feels, intros, endings, stops and hits, and include full arrangements of many must-know blues classics like Hideaway, Sweet Home Chicago, Pride and Joy, Tore Down and many more.

After learning the contents of this book, you’ll be able to show up at band practice or to the gig and play your own ideas, not just follow the guitarist’s left hand.

It starts out with rhythmic embellishment – skips, triplets, dead notes and moves into targeting scale and chromatic notes. The soloing method that teaches you a variety of improvisational strategies. Check out my reviews of the latest bass gear.

Slqp 2 of the method teaches you classic box shape licks, blues lines and how to move them around the fingerboard, major and minor scales and arpeggios, syncopated 8th note rhythms, the shuffle rhythm, and is full of great tracks to play with. I use the same basic concept of target and approach notes to show you how to create your own bass lines in a rock context.