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  Fingerings

There are no real proper fingerings, you just have to work out what makes sense. If when you're playing something feels awkward or you're missing notes or...

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  fingering for walking bass

where can i find the proper fingering in other tones such as 2-5-1 progression (ex:Bbm7-Eb7-AbM7)...

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  gracias por la informacion

Estoy muy agradecido por tener acceso a las lecciones walking bass lines son de muy buena calidad...

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  fingering problems

[sf]how can I know the right fingerings to use when playing my melodies or scales to any chord......

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  Possibilities for RH with walking bass

Can we view it like the melody has gone to the LH (LH now playing melody)? If so, can we still solo with the RH? Is it possible to have a taste...

10/31/2007, by 0 replies
  Lookin for very basics of beginning to learn walking bass lines

I have been away from piano, but still want to learn basics of walking bass lines. Can you jelp, please. Thanks.

08/20/2007, by 0 replies
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too difficult to sole while left hand works walking bass line...what do you think?...

08/16/2007, by 0 replies
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You need to teach yourself. Practice the bass lines above in all keys. You'll learn a lot that way.

10/24/2006, by 0 replies
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Think of your RH as rhythm guitar. Try to imagine what a guitarist would do in the situation. Very often tastefully placed hits on the upbeats in the re...

10/08/2006, by 0 replies
  how to play comp chords with walking bass

[sf]hello everyone. i play the keyboard for a church and i'd like to play walking bass sometimes but i just don't know how to play comp chords with Rhythm ...

10/07/2006, by 0 replies
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is walking bass the same as talking bass ?...

07/06/2006, by 0 replies
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First begin with the chord. Most chords in Jazz have five notes or more. While playing the chord in the left hand, play the notes of the chord in the...

01/31/2006, by 0 replies
  Scales

how do I know witch scale I use under a certain chord?...

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