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Bass and drums are the rocks on which modern music stands. Whether it's funky grooves played on the bass guitar, 808s booming on trap beats, or the steady wub of an EDM bass line, bass is everywhere, and it is foundational. Without it, music often lacks its fullness, its thud, and its rhythm.

The bass guitar has been a staple of modern bass sounds for the past few decades. To this day people are still pioneering sounds on the bass guitar such as Thundercat, or Rocco Palladino, or Royalblood. Almost every band has a bass guitarist and without them they would sound thin and empty.

I have been playing bass guitar since I was twelve,  around two years after I picked up guitar. I've played bass in more bands than I have guitar, and love it. Finding a good groove that lies perfectly in the pocket of a song is extremely rewarding, especially when the crowd is feeling it too. I highly recommend online bass guitar lessons to anyone who wants to learn to funk or groove and truly "feel" music.

Do you walk around hearing musical ideas in your head all day, but have no way of getting them out, or they don't sound like you imagined? Maybe you're just looking to deepen your connection with music. Maybe you have no idea at all what you want to learn musically, but you want to start somewhere and know you're learning as efficiently as possible. I have spent my life in the pursuit of learning how music works, how to execute my musical ideas, and can help you do the same.

I began piano lessons when I was four, and added guitar and drums not too many years after. In college I was an Open Music Studies Major and picked up on a lot of Jazz and modern producing after mainly studying classical music prior. I started recording, mixing and mastering artists as well in college and have built my mobile recording studio business off of this practice since. I have my B.A. in Open Music Studies now, and travel the world on my R.V. studio. I am fully supported by my connection to music.

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