Hey Groove Masters,
James here… let’s talk about this I Will Survive bass guitar lesson & circle of fifths.
I pressed the button to see what would happen.
This was March 2016.
I was nervous, nervous as hell.
Little did I know that ahead of me was the most exciting project of my life.
Yes, this was the first time I ever published a teaching film on YouTube... and the birth of eBassGuitar.com
Having taught thousands of students over the years I knew teaching was something I loved.
However, doing it on camera was a whole new experience…
Like any creative, I was highly critical of myself and didn’t know if it was for me.
However, I just got my hands dirty… and look what’s happened.
It’s changed the way I teach forever and what’s even better I love it too.
Throwing caution to the wind is exactly what I encourage all my students to do.
That really is the best way to learn.
It’s also the best way to take apart complicated topics.
All too often music theory can stay as one of those subjects that just confuses matters even further.
It can send us down unnecessary rabbit holes… when all we want to do is play.
In this lesson I take apart a concept that’s been around since the time of Bach.
It’s an amazing concept that has created some of the greatest songs in the world and it’s also a great framework to practise with.
In this lesson you'll discover:
- A great way to reorder the notes we use in music… that sounds fabulous.
- How to use it as a practise framework.
- How it is used extensively in one of the greatest disco tunes ever written.
As always, keep groovin' hard.