Intro To The Bass Guitar for Beginners Tutorial with Mike Brandenstein (Jellynote Lesson)

Find out more on Jellynote: https://www.jellynote.com/en/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Social&utm_term=&utm_campaign=MikeBass_&utm_content=MikeBass

Hey guys! Here is a little introduction to the amazing instrument that is the bass guitar.

Join Jellynote to play and learn your favourite songs and meet other musicians who love playing music together.

We offer over 400,000 songs that you can play to learn through original artist video master classes, video tutorials, sheets, tabs, chords and instrument view for a wide range of instruments.

Switch to social mode to meet musicians that share your taste in music.

Get together in the Jellynote universe and explore how music can connect people in a world that is getting more and more divided.

Access now on your Smartphone and desktop and be part of a playful world for passionate musicians.

We would love to see your interpretation of this song or your technique improvements, post your progress on social media and tag us!

Find Jellynote on Social media here:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jellynote
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jellynote
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jellynote

Playstore :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jellynote?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Social&utm_term=&utm_campaign=MikeBassAndroid_&utm_content=MikeBassAndroid
iTunes : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jellynote-tabs-chords-sheet/id741606065?mt=8?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Social&utm_term=&utm_campaign=MikeBassApple_&utm_content=MikeBassApple

Find more of Mike Brandenstein here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdhOkL4z6PMZjHnoR27Dzqw
Video Rating: / 5

11 comments

  1. Thanks, thumbs up and subscribed 🙂

  2. 3:33 lol I’m ambidextrous lol so I can hold it with both Hans

  3. I have a black version of that bass lol

  4. 4:38 very funny

  5. I wanted to add something that may be important.There was one thing I wish someone would have pointed out to me in 1966. Sitting down the new bass players want to bend their head over the neck to see the fret marks, also they would lean the bass guitar back. This way they have a hard time to finger the 4 string (E).
    You learn to play sitting down. When you play standing up. It's a whole different thing. No one ever tells not to look at the frets, but they should look at the round marks on the top of the neck. I never hear anyone talk about that. The new guys think the good bass players are great! (They are) cause they know where there at on the neck at all times. Yea, they are looking at the dots on the top of the neck, They don't have ESP. I can't understand why the companies keep marking the frets on the front of the necks. Is that for the crowd watching?
    You new guys if you want to play in the bedroom or your garage keep learning the tabs. That's ok to learn a lick and show your friends. Be the best, learn to read real music bass clef. When you learn that way you have to look at the music sheet. Fingering the frets comes with it, just by the feel. Then your a real bass player. Nothing makes me crazy to here a bass player on youtube tell a new bass player. Go to the second string and 2nd fret to play a note. Why the hell don't they say the name of the note. too Hell, it's a E

    I'm not putting this man down. He did a great start lesson, and he will have more.

    This is just a tip for you guy's

  6. Thanks dude, trying to learn bass and this channel has really helped me get started

  7. Great ! Thanks !

  8. Thanks for the Video, keep it up!

  9. amazing

  10. I wonder if anyone has looked up the word Bace. It is an old english word for striking with the fingers. Why do we call it a Bass. I'm Officially claiming Bace. Bace Jones.

  11. The coolest instrument in the world? I agree! Bass Guitar Forever! <3

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

*