Dada Drew wrote on July 2, 2022
Greg Fine’s courses are excellent
Neil Gilmartin wrote on January 18, 2022
This isn't a course I planned on doing. Not a bass guitar player and not interested in becoming one, and yet I absolutely loved it. First, I've avoided learning how to read the bass clef for far too long. This course allows you to learn it gradually and in a fun way. There's also great practice on a variety of 16th-note syncopated rhythms and how to read them on the staff. Great insights into funk, blues and jazz too, insights which go beyond the bass. Greg brings fun to theory. It's really impressive how he manages to do it. Lots of colorful pictures definitely helps!
CHARLES wrote on March 26, 2020
A brilliant course well taught and the musical pieces are extremely captivating and enjoyable.
Vitalie Buhna wrote on March 23, 2020
Amazing course, thak you!
Gerald B. wrote on January 25, 2018
Very good course. This has given me a very good understanding of the role the bass plays in music
unitymusic wrote on October 18, 2017
This course unravels the mystery of how a bass play can approach bass lines. Thanks for all this information. It has really helped develop my understanding of how to approach writing for bass.
basslines wrote on February 23, 2016
This one was really helpful. It gave me way better understanding of how to create a good bassline and what a bassline is all about. Together with the chord progression the best of the series for me.
OG Kyle Dawson wrote on September 8, 2015
Greg Fine is one hell of instructor. His tutorials are extremely wealthy in content and easy to follow. I don't care what he teaches, ill always be eager to learn from him.
Eric schirmacher wrote on August 12, 2015
VERY GOOD! Clear, simple, VERY help full for a beginner like me.
Brock wrote on February 18, 2015
This is possibly the most in-depth 100 level music theory course available by the instructor Gregg. The emphasis is placed on identification, creating bass lines, and understanding these concepts through more advanced musical systems such as Jazz and Blues. I feel like I understand everything I need to know when creating bass compositions for my music.