There are many popular brands of bass guitars. When you are looking to purchase your instrument you may want to look at Fender, Gibson, and Ibanez. All will offer a quality instrument. A 4-string bass is standard, and is what most beginners will choose. If you are more advanced, or interested in heavier rock music, a 5 string bass may be a good option.
In home lessons are great for both adults and children alike. Everyone has a busy schedule, and by choosing in home lessons you are making learning an instrument extremely convenient. There is no need to spend time and money traveling to a studio, when you can have the teacher come right to your home. Not to mention, you are then able to learn your instrument in the comfort and security of familiar surroundings, adding to your enjoyment of the lessons!
Our teachers create a customized lesson plan for every student. Many teachers will recommend a commercial method book or two full of exercises and techniques for practice, and may also bring in many supplemental materials for you to study as well. Topics covered during Musika's bass lessons may include, but are not limited to: learning the notes of the bass, proper fretting, fingering, and plucking technique, how to read music, how to create solid bass lines for rock, pop, jazz, and blues, and most importantly, how to have fun playing the bass!
We make it easy for adult students of any skill level to begin lessons with us. Bass is a great instrument for beginners and advanced students alike, as beginners will be able to learn new skills and apply it to playing along to their favorite music. Advanced students will be able to work on developing skills, and advancing their technique. Our in home lessons also offer a a very convenient option for adults with busy schedules, as there is no travel time, and no travel expenses.
Bass can be a really fun instrument for older children to start. If the student is interested in rock or jazz groups, bass is a great option While older students are able to handle the large instrument and the thicker strings, many younger students (under 10) tend to have difficulty, so we recommend that our younger students wait until they are older to begin bass lessons.