Yes, I also have Bass Guitar Lessons. I actually have played bass guitar just as much as guitar and I find that it is very important in music business. Learning bass guitar can actually make you alot of money one day in the music business world. Why? Well, how many bass guitar players do you know? In most bands there are at least two guitar players, sometimes more, but only one bass player. Point is, bass players are hard to find, especially good bass players.
Here, there are lessons on many different areas of bass guitar such as thumping or slap bass, finger tapping, walking, and the basics.
Thumping 101 - Tone & Basics
There are different tones on bass guitar that you should be aware of when playing different styles. These tones come from the different pickup types, EQs, and string tone. This video lesson also explains the very basic technique of thumping or slapping the bass.
Thumping 102 - Hammers & Plucks
Although the thumping technique is very important for this funk style, other important techniques like hammer ons and finger plucking are involved in creating the cool percussive rhythms.
Thumping 103 - Thump Sweeps
This is a cool technique to learn. It is mostly used as strickly percussvie, meaning you won't play many notes with this technique. Its most closley related to and used like a sweep on electric guitar.
Thumping 104 - Percussive Finger Rolls
This lesson brings all of the above techniques into play. Finger "Rolls" are usually acoustic guitar and banjo techniques. But when they are applied to bass, it just adds that much more percussive playing ability in the thumping funk style.
Major Scale & Number System
As a bass player it is very important, maybe even more than guitar, to know what notes you are playing because the majority of the time you are playing single notes. In this lesson you'll learn the major scale and how it applies to learning notes and the Number System.
Expanding Major Scale
There is more than one way to play the major scale patterns. This is another example that you may like better or find other uses for.
Pentatonic Scale Patterns
The pentatonic scale is a must for bass guitar players. Use these patterns for cool licks and walking between chord changes.
12 Bar Blues Walking Patterns
Every bass player has to know how to walk the bass. This lesson is a beginner lesson on walking the bass with some blues style patterns.
Chords - Major & Minor Positions
Bass is usually recognized as a single noted instrument, but in many cases you can play chords as well. The chords are different from guitar in that with bass you might only play two notes, not strumming. Chords are definitely fun though.