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  • Rich Hinman

    Ask A Guitarist – Rich Hinman

    When it comes to guitar, Rich Hinman is, quite literally, the man. He’s played with some of New York’s finest and toured the world with the likes of Rosanne Cash, Ben Kweller, Marc Cohn, Rhett Miller, Bobby Long, Anais Mitchell, Justin Townes Earle, Teddy Thompson, …

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  • Spider

    Spider Exercise – Technique

    This is the lesson where I tell you how I developed a fluid left and right hand. A must for beginner and intermediate players looking to improve their technique!

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  • Rufus Philpot

    Dudes On Bass – Rufus Philpot

    Rufus Philpot has become one of the top bass players on the L.A. music scene. I was on the West Coast last week and had a chance to sit down with him for this first segment of Dudes on Bass.
    Yes, the cafe we chose …

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  • Creating Groove

    Creating a Groove

    What’s this lesson all about? It’s about building a groove, it’s about keeping good time, it’s about how to play less and have the band leader love you, which is nice, to be loved. Mostly it’s about how to play a simple idea, create some …

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  • Zach

    Ask A Violinist – Zach Brock

    In this interview I talk with the amazing violinist Zach Brock. We talk about bass players, and get into some of our most influential albums.

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  • Spencer

    Ask A Drummer – Spencer Cohen

    In this interview I chat with the very busy New York drummer, Spencer Cohen. He talks about what he looks for in a great bass player, and not surprisingly, one of those things is confidence.

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  • Richard

    Ask A Piano Player – Richard Samuels

    Richard Samuels and I have played together for years. We go back to the days when I was just learning and Richard would hire me on jazz gigs and throw me into the fire as far as walking bass lines went. Tune after tune. Night …

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