Jazz Piano School Ep. 122 – Singer Accompaniment – How To Play A 2 Feel Bassline

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Well I’m super PUMPED! We’re getting ready to release another specialty course called “Singer Accompaniment Mastery”! There is literally nothing out there like this and I know you’re going to love it! So…to do a little promotion and give away some goodies that are in the course I will be doing a 4 part series on accompanying singers.

And to start off I’m going to teach you about a very important and foundational element that is the 2 Feel Bass Line.

Do you get bored of walking bass lines all the time? Because I know I do. This method will help you break up your LH a little bit…but will also lead to my own patent pending, (just kidding, but kinda serious) method I call “The Switch”

Everyone should be using “The Switch” in their singer accompaniment and if you’re not, then you’re missing out!

I’ll be giving a little bit of “The Switch” away in the next couple of episodes and obviously you can learn the entire system in our “Singer Accompaniment Mastery” specialty course coming out in a couple of weeks!

Enjoy!

Happy practicing!

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2 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 122 – Singer Accompaniment – How To Play A 2 Feel Bassline”

  1. You can’t flatten to The right only Sharpen to The right

    flatten to The left only every one makes that same stupid mistake
    Phil

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