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What Bass Tutorials Would You Like to See?

Happy 2017!

2016 proved to be an active and challenging year for my family and me, so I’m happy to be entering into a new year with a somewhat clean slate:-)  I’ve been blessed with a growing number of subscribers and plan to increase that number as I add more videos for the coming year.

New Course Coming in February!

I’m looking forward to creating my first multi-segment course to be out in mid-February.  However, I haven’t nailed down the topics for the course content.  That’s where I want your input.  What kind of help are you looking for in an online bass course?  Modes?  Theory?  Particular techniques?  How to learn a song?  Important scales and how to apply them? Creating bass fills?  How to read chord charts?

These are some of the topics I’ve been considering, but really want to know what would be most helpful for you.  My primary purpose for creating the Worship Bass Workshop has always been to provide help for bass players who are not able to find a teacher or course that connects with them.  If you’re looking for a worship focused bass course, then I hope you’ll be able to find it here.  I should also mention that although my Youtube videos will always be free of charge, the online courses will be sold for a one-time price or through a subscription (still working that out:-).

Please leave a suggestion in the comment section on this post or email me directly mikebrandenstein@gmail.com

Thank you for your awesome support!  Mike

 

4 thoughts on “What Bass Tutorials Would You Like to See?

  1. We have overcome. Israel Houghton

    1. Hey Glenn, Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll check it out for sure! Mike

  2. Hi, Mike. I have enjoyed your lessons. Would it be possible to have a tutorial about learning a complete song by ear?

    1. Hi Xavier, Yes, I think that’s a great idea! One video would be only be enough to get started. Perhaps it could make a good course. Thanks for the suggestion!

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