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Bass technique: Dave Marks

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Dave Marks is here to make you a faster and more amazing bass player. Get your fingers warmed up before reading…

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Bass technique: David Etheridge

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There are several bass methods to choose from. David Etheridge gives tips on which one might be best for you

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Bass technique: Franc O’Shea

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Franc O’Shea takes it down to the rule of three when looking at 7th chords

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Bass technique: Rob Statham

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Rob Statham looks inside bass chords and reveals a whole world of harmonic possibilities

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Bass technique: Paul Geary

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Paul Geary delivers a second dose of 16th-note finger funk. Digits at the ready

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Bass technique: Jack Stevens

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Jack Stevens continues his column for bassists who are new (or relatively so) to their instrument with an introduction to the slap

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Bass techniques: Dave Marks

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Dave Marks is here to make you a better, faster and more awesome player. This month: warp-speed legato, part two

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Bass technique: Kevin Sanders

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Dream Theater bassist John Myung is a demon of the bass guitar. Our man Sanders invokes his skills for your educational pleasure

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Bass technique: Paul Geary

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Paul Geary gets his fingers warmed up for some funky 16ths – can you keep up?

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