Groove Trainer For Bass Guitar (Complete Bundle)

(2 customer reviews)

$130.00

Step-By-Step Roadmap To Better Bass Playing

152 video lessons devoted to groove development and improving every aspect of your bass playing

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Groove Trainer For Bass Guitar (Volume 1 and 2 Bundle)

Step-By-Step Roadmap To Better Bass Playing

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Groove Trainer For Bass Guitar Course?

This bundle pack provides access to both Groove Trainer Volumes 1 and 2

Groove Trainer is a pathway to developing all areas of your bass playing through a set of 30 in depth bass lessons and 120 progressive grooves.

Both Groove Trainer Volume’s consist of two modules. In module one you’ll work on all areas of groove playing from technique to rhythm and harmony. These lessons are progressive in nature and build up from the absolute basics of groove playing through to more advanced areas of study.

The second module of each course features a set of 60 grooves (120 grooves in total). All grooves are written specifically for Groove Trainer and feature mp3 backing tracks, sheet music and tab.

Each groove also features an in depth lesson coaching you through all technical hurdles as well harmonic analysis for those of you looking to improve your theory knowledge.

What level of player is the course aimed at?

The course is aimed at players of a beginner to intermediate level. This is the perfect follow up to the Bassic Fundamentals Course.

What Will I Learn?

After completing the course you will have developed a foundation in all aspects of bass playing from rhythm to harmony. You will also have a resource for gradually developing all areas of groove playing.

How Long Are The Lessons?

The lesson lengths vary but the complete course contains almost 20 hours of video content.

How is the course presented? Do I Download Anything? 

The course is hosted on the Talkingbass website so there are no video files to download. There is a Dropbox folder containing the Course Workbook. The link will be sent in your welcome email and is also provided on the Groove Trainer lessons menu.

Is There A Time Limit On Taking The Course?

No. You can take as long as want. There are no time limits

Do I Have Lifetime Access To The Course?

Yes, all TalkingBass purchases provide Lifetime Access.

2 reviews for Groove Trainer For Bass Guitar (Complete Bundle)

  1. Brian Murray (verified owner)

    This course is really rewarding. There is a steep learning curve between Modules 1 & 2, but as you continue to knock out each Groove, you’ll feel yourself able to tackle other songs more easily and diversifying your technique. The basslines covered are from a variety of genres (country, rock, latin, pop, blues & even metal!) which makes it more interesting for bass players of all backgrounds. The backing drum tracks help you build stamina by playing the lines in time for minutes at a time. Highly recommend this couse to anyone looking to up their bass game.

  2. Robert Citron (verified owner)

    So, I was a little confused where to begin when I first found this site. If you’re brand new start with the new courses. If you’re coming from like BassBuzz you can skip them and you maaay be able to skip these as well. That’s up to you. This groove course gets you playing a bunch of different grooves. Also, the first part of each of the groove courses, he teaches you some stuff. Me? I’m quite happy I purchased this course cause I either don’t know a lot of what he taught, or it helped reinforce things I learned on bass buzz. After this course, I’m either gonna do Chord Tones or Sight Reading. Or I may just jump to the slap course cause its my favorite thing. But get this course to learn a little music reading and a little theory, and then learn all kinds of different grooves. If you’re a beginner and haven’t really played anything before, definitely, definitely get this course. The first one is like rock and blues and stuff, the second course adds swing style to the grooves. Second is harder than the first. It’s all experience one way or the other. I still don’t understand theory all that much, but hopefully in the Chord Tones course I’ll get a better understanding. Hope this helped someone!

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