Accompaniment Volume One: Bass and Chords Simultaneously
Bass and Chords at the same time. That can’t be easy?
You’ve heard guitarists play bass and chords at the same time, and it sounds like it would be extremely hard to do this. But you would be surprised how easy it is with the right instruction.
Have you been asking yourself:
- How can I be a better accompanist?
- What are all those secret chords I see guitarists using that I can’t find in any other book?
- What is the theory behind building bass lines?
- Where can I find examples of this kind of accompaniment?
- What rhythms do I use to play this style correctly?
- What are the fingerings for playing bass and chords at the same time?
Ask no more. All your questions are answered in Accompaniment Volume One: Bass and Chords Simultaneously.
Learning through examples.
Accompaniment Volume One gives you two examples of using this style. The first is a typical blues and the second is the classic standard “Confirmation.” All fingerings are included with these examples so you will know exactly how to play them.
- A detailed explanation of the building blocks of bass lines.
- The exact chord voicings to use when playing this style.
- The secret fingerings for the chords so you can play bass and chords with ease.
- Two examples using classic chord progressions that will help you master the style.
- Chord progression examples written in staff notation so that you can see the rhythm and the exact notes to use.
- A concise and easy to understand book for any student with advanced beginner or above, ability.
The two chord examples are written with regular music staff notation (no tab) so you will need rudimentary skills at reading to work with this book. Chords are written with chord diagrams to aid in learning each chord.
Develop this style and blow people away with your accompaniment ability in no time.
- Additional Information:
- Digital Edition IBSN: 978-1-890944-87-2
- Physical Edition not available
- 6 pages
- Please note: This book can also be found in the Guitar Clinic.
- What people are saying:
- I’m an advanced beginning guitarist and I studied out of Accompaniment Volume One: Bass and Chords Simultaneously with Mr. Arnold. It took me only TWO WEEKS of practice to master this style! It sounds so hard but once you understand what to do, it’s just NOT that hard to play. The chords just flow one to another. I actually find the chords easier than barre chords. Using this style I started a duet with a singer and we are working every weekend at a restaurant. This 4.99 book has made me about 100 X that each month. Get it and start making money! :) F. Thurman
- I had heard this technique for years but figured it was out of my league. It looks extremely hard to play and sounds like you are a genius. I was completely blown away when I almost had it together with only a few hours of practice. Finally something that is easy on the guitar and makes me sound like a pro. Highly recommend. E. Ealing
- I’m an advanced jazz guitarist but never quite got this bass/chord thing happening. This short book had me playing the style in an hour. Very good quick study of the style. I’ve started replacing the chords with the chords found in the Essential Scales book so now I’m developing a whole new style with it. Very cool! R. Jones
- I’ve had teachers show me this style but I never had anyone who could break the style down and explain it theoretically. Accompaniment Volume One: Bass and Chords Simultaneously may be short but it is packed with what you need to really understand this style so you can accompany any song. W. Quinlan.
Status: Digital book is available for immediate access.
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