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The John Entwistle Bass Book

The John Entwistle Bass Book (Paperback)

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The John Entwistle Bass Book contains full transcriptions of nineteen songs from John's career with The Who, including '5:15', 'Baba O'Riley', 'My Generation', 'Pinball Wizard', 'Substitute', 'The Real Me' and 'Won't Get Fooled Again'. All transcriptions are in standard notation and tablature and include chord symbols and detailed performance notes. In addition to the transcriptions there is a detailed history of John's career, an in-depth analysis of his unique playing techniques and extensive information on the basses and amplifiers he used throughout his career.

Music & DanceSheet Music Publisher: Bassline Publishing Publication Date: 01/03/2009 ISBN-13: 9780955798139  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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STUART CLAYTON has been playing the bass guitar for over twenty years and has been working professionally as both a musician and a writer since 2002. During the course of his career he has toured the world with artists such as Carl Palmer (Emerson Lake & Palmer), played on cruise ships, in theater shows and taught in several educational institutions. He currently works as Head of Bass at BIMM Bristol, as well as fulfilling the role of Bass Guitar Specialist for rock and pop exam board RockSchool. He has written several popular bass guitar tuition titles for Music Sales and Sanctuary Publishing, and also writes for Bass Guitar Magazine. He now runs his own publishing company, Bassline Publishing, which publishes a successful series of transcription and tuition books.

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