Arnoud is back for Volume 3 of his popular gypsy jazz bass series. This course builds on Volume 1 and Volume 2, giving bassists solid ideas for commonly played tunes in this style. Read full description…
For each of the 16 tunes, Arnoud plays a bassline while a rhythm guitarist plays the chords. The audio is mixed so you can hear the bass clearly, and each note is notated in standard notation and (for those coming from electric bass) tablature. As in every Soundslice-produced course, the video is synced with notation, so you know exactly what’s being played and never get lost while learning and practicing.
Arnoud carefully selected the tunes to provide a diversity of feels, tempos and keys. The goal here is for you to get plenty of ideas on what you can play in a variety of situations. Enjoy!
|All Of Me|
|Night And Day|
|Manhã de Carnaval (Black Orpheus)|
|Seul Ce Soir|
|What Is This Thing Called Love|
|In A Sentimental Mood|
|Out Of Nowhere|
Arnoud van den Berg is an experienced bass player in the international gypsy-jazz scene. He’s been a member of the Robin Nolan Trio since 2007 and accompanied the great Jimmy Rosenberg for several years. He also tours and records with Mozes Rosenberg and Paulus Schäfer.
Originally inspired by Paul McCartney, Arnoud started with blues and rock on electric bass before switching to the upright. He began playing gypsy jazz around the turn of the century and has played with many of the modern Dutch greats. He lives in Amsterdam.