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While the bass is not as sought after by students as other instruments, it is rarely overlooked for its role in contemporary music. Often described as the “pulse of a song” and the “backbone of a band”, the bass is an incredibly important figure in popular music today. There are different variations of the bass instrument, but the most popular of these are, by far, the double bass and bass guitar.

Double bass is more commonly known to be associated with classical music, but is also popular amongst jazz and folk groups. Bass guitar is more widely known today because of its part in most contemporary bands. In addition, it’s also been recognised for its important role in the life of electronic and urban music.

As a result, we have bass tutors that can teach either approach and will focus on teaching techniques based on your goals and preferred music style.

All bass instruments contain notes in the low (bass) register. Either the double bass or bass guitar are very large and heavy to carry.

There are different ways someone can learn to play bass, but the most popular is by using your fingers or thumb. Compared to other string instruments, the strings of a bass are very thick, which make it difficult for young children to play. However, popular bass manufactures now make smaller sizes of the instrument so younger people can get on board too. In our experience, a student looking to learn bass would need to be at least 8 years old.

In conclusion, the bass tutors from London Music Factory® are accomplished professionals, capable of teaching a variety of styles including jazz, funk, soul, hip-hop, pop, and rock. If you would like a career in music then think about it… There aren’t as many bassists in the world of musicians so you’ll find it much easier to get work when you go pro!

These are private london bass lessons, at a location provided by the student or tutor.

London Bass Lessons

Fun Bass Facts:

The thickest string on a bass is strong enough to pull a ship.

Some bass guitars don’t have frets. These are known as “fretless basses” and can be more difficult to play accurately.

Standard basses have four strings, but there are other versions available. Some with almost fifteen strings.

  • Eleonora S.
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    "I’m on the fourth month with Nicola learning electric bass. I was pretty skeptical about the chance to start learning a new instrument as an adult, but Nicola made a customized method and I’m getting lots of new concepts every week. This way of teaching is useful because everyone is different. Subject: Music Outcome: In each lesson we reach different goals in term of harmony, posture and technique notions and we’ll get into music production with Logic software really soon".

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