As you look into buying an instrument for bass lessons, you will want to keep in mind what your goals are. If you are a beginner who is going to be starting off with the basics, a standard 4 string bass will be what you need for lessons. You can choose from brands such as Gibson, Fender, or Ibanez. If you are usuing the bass for a specific purpose such as heavy metal, or hard rock music, you may want to look into purchasing a 5 string bass, which will give you access to lower notes used in these genres.
In home lessons are the most convenient way to bring music into your life. By not having to add another destination to your busy schedule, your are maximizing your time, not to mention your budget, by not having to pay for travel expenses. You will receive the same custom lessons as our in studio lessons, in the the comfort of your own home.
All lessons will be comprised of learning to read music, how to play with correct technique, and advance your musicianship. Lessons may also include skills such as proper fretting, plucking technique, and how to emprovise bass lines for different generes. All lessons are custom to the student, so no two lessons will ever be the same.
Adult students of all skill levels begin lessons with us every day. Our adult students, no matter the skill level, will work with their teacher on customizing their lesson plan so they are able to get the most out of each lesson. All students will work on reading music, advancing their technical playing ability, and their musicianship as a whole.
Bass lessons are a great option for teenage students. By playing bass, students open themselves up to be able to play in ensembles such as jazz band, and other more contemporary groups. Older children and teenagers work better with the bass as it is a large instrument with heavy, thick strings which require hand strenth to play.