Parts of a Bass Guitar - Bobby's Bass - Part 1

http://www.hoTodi.tv shows how it's done! The time has finally come! This first part is quite dry but you will see that it is necessary. If you want to play bass and are seriously interested in it, you also need to understand the theory and learn about the background. The bass has only 4 strings (there are also ones with 5 and 6 strings!) but they are quite something. You also need a lot of equipment and background knowledge to be able to play bass by yourself later. In part 1 we will discuss the parts of the bass and I will show you the important equipment needed to learn this instrument properly. I am looking forward to the next weeks and months! If you have learned some things after a while, please let me know and make a video! We can add it to our website. If you would like to join me in the studio, just let me know! Here are some important/useful things to get you started: Metronomes: http://goo.gl/CZZj7 or directly one from Korg: http://goo.gl/utjiZ Tuners: http://goo.gl/Hkk0X Bass diary: http://goo.gl/RUjTD Rock solos for bass (sheet music): http://goo.gl/0nhgH Beginners basses: http://goo.gl/YNCqE Bass amplifier: http://goo.gl/si0N0 Bass strings: http://goo.gl/h0SNU If you have any suggestions for a video, just let us know, and we'll see what we can do. Also, please subscribe to our channnel. It would be highly appreciated! Our sites & info: hoTodi | http://www.hotodi.com Twitter | http://twitter.com/hotodi_com Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/hoTodi.tv

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