Mombelli's Intergalactic Bass Programme Vol. 1: Scales and Arpeggio shapes with finger placement for the bass guitar + Jazz theory crash course by Carlo Mombelli

Mombelli's Intergalactic Bass Programme Vol. 1: Scales and Arpeggio shapes with finger placement…

byCarlo Mombelli

Kobo ebook | October 7, 2019

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This book is based on the scale types that are necessary in order to master and understand the chord/scale relationships found in many styles of music. By keeping things simple and uncluttered, each page consists of only one scale type, drawn on a bass guitar neck with the correct fingering – a vital part of organising the hands. The more organised the hands, the easier it is to play. The arpeggio shape is also super-imposed over the corresponding scale in order to create an understanding of the chord/scale relationship. This is better explained with diagrams and not notation; however, because it is a good idea to associate finger positions with their notational equivalents, notation is also included. The simple but comprehensive jazz theory section will help the student gain a deeper understanding of harmony and further insight into how to apply the scales found in this book.

Title:Mombelli's Intergalactic Bass Programme Vol. 1: Scales and Arpeggio shapes with finger placement…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 7, 2019Publisher:Real African PublishersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:192834190X

ISBN - 13:9781928341901

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This book is based on the scale types that are necessary in order to master and understand the chord/scale relationships found in many styles of music. By keeping things simple and uncluttered, each page consists of only one scale type, drawn on a bass guitar neck with the correct fingering – a vital part of organising the hands. The more organised the hands, the easier it is to play. The arpeggio shape is also super-imposed over the corresponding scale in order to create an understanding of the chord/scale relationship. This is better explained with diagrams and not notation; however, because it is a good idea to associate finger positions with their notational equivalents, notation is also included. The simple but comprehensive jazz theory section will help the student gain a deeper understanding of harmony and further insight into how to apply the scales found in this book.