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DB-2 What kind of bass should I get?

Watch The Video Lesson

If you are in school use the school’s bass to get started learning the basics. When you’re ready for your own, you can RENT or BUY. (Take an expert with you: Your teacher or [Read More…]

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DB-1 Frequently Asked Questions About My Bass Lessons

Watch The Video Lesson What’s the purpose of this bass lesson series?

These lessons are different that other lessons that you may have come across. I am presenting them as my step-by-step journal and commentary from a student’s perspective [Read More…]

Here is the Camelot Orchestra

This was the first time I have played in an orchestra for a musical (aka a pit orchestra), and it was probably the most challenging playing I have done so far. We played in the dark (with stand lights). There [Read More…]

April Update

With a lot of other distractions going on, not to mention the little time suckers of Twitter and Facebook, I haven’t blogged in a while. I have mostly been preoccupied with Camelot. In early March I was invited to play [Read More…]

Thoughts on Success

In my new journey of discovering and learning the upright bass, or string bass, or double bass, or bass fiddle, or whatever you want to call it, I came across a gentleman by the name of John Clayton. John is [Read More…]

Puget Sound

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Here is one glimpse of why I am in love with Puget Sound.

FLAC and all that Jazz

I added some new information to my music store page explaining the lossless audio format that my songs are available in called FLAC.

If you are interested in FLAC, but don’t have a clue yet whether it is something fighter [Read More…]

How to Open a CD Case in Three Easy Steps

Have you gotten frustrated trying to open a new CD? Do you end up cracking the jewel case or leaving parts of the adhesive label on the case? Here is how to open it up quickly and easily.

Handel’s “Messiah”

We spent the afternoon today enjoying the wonderful sounds of George Fredric Handel’s “Messiah” filling the air of the Linda M. Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington, Washington. The chorus and the orchestra were led by Lyle Forde and composed [Read More…]

6th String Root Jazz Chords

Continuing on from the last post, here are three Major 7 and Major 6 type chords with the root note on the 6th string, or low E string on the guitar. Major 7 chords do have a distinctive “jazzy” sound, [Read More…]