Learning to play by ear is great...
But what if you could actually understand everything that you're playing?
What if you could improvise on bass lines, transpose songs, communicate easily with other musicians and have fun while playing because you're not facing any limitations on the fretboard?
The beginning stage of learning an instrument is the most critical stage, because without the right foundation and building blocks, it will be impossible to ever progress to an intermediate or even advanced level.
Imagine a building with a beautiful design & architecture, breathtaking views and a poor foundation. No matter how good it looks, it will only be a matter of time until it collapses.
Without a strong foundation, everything else is bound to fall apart at some point.
Lets build a strong foundation together!
What are all of the notes on the fretboard?
How do I create my own bass lines?
Scales... What are they and how do I use them?
How do I read Notation and Tabs?
If you don't know the answer to these questions, then this course is for you!
I'm Marc, the teacher and author of this course.
Now I know that trying to learn music theory can be a bit intimidating...
and I'll be honest, I'm not the smartest guy, so it was especially difficult for me to learn!
The way most teachers explained it just never really worked for me.
I had to find ways to oversimplify everything so that I could actually make sense of theory and understand it.
And this is what has really made me stand out as a teacher... because I teach in a way that ANYONE can understand.
I can't tell you how many players over the years have told me that things never really clicked for them even after years of private lessons... until they met me.
Many teachers are afraid of oversimplifying things because they feel it might make them look like an amateur, and their main goal is to impress prospective students with their musicianship so that they'll sign up for lessons.
I've never been that way. My goal is not to impress, but to help people, and I'll do whatever it takes to make that happen.
I believe that if you want to impress people, you make it complicated. If you want to actually help people, you keep it simple. And that is my goal.
What students are saying:
"Waylon on Bass. To this day he says he owes it all to you and that series of lessons."
"Marcelo is the best bass instructor I have ever had."
What people on YouTube are saying:
"I've had literally hours of lessons from a private tutor on scales and modes and in just over 6 minutes you've beaten the hours and I now understand it!"
"I play for years, know all major and minor scales, but I've learned by myself, AND THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME I UNDERSTOOD THIS. Thanks man, you are an awesome teacher"