Study With Bass Greats Like Victor Wooten and Felix Pastorius With Bass Guru

April 19, 2017
Bass Guru, in conjunction with Iron Horse Entertainment, is thrilled to announce the release of a groundbreaking new website that allows easy access to lessons from some of today’s top bass players such as:
• Victor Wooten
• Felix Pastorius
• Lincoln Goines
• Tom Kennedy

Three years ago, a new concept in bass education was introduced for smart phones and tablets, with the advent of the Bass Guru app, which delivered packs of video lessons and easy-to-use graphics to aspiring musicians so they could experience firsthand -- and interactively – the talents of the world’s finest bass artists. The Bass Guru website now provides players with the same quality of content and interactive features, but with the option to access it through other devices, like laptops and table top computers.

Here’s how it works: The Bass Guru lesson packs include 5-7 individual videotaped lessons with major artists, set up by topic, that you can play and work on at your own pace. The content covers many subjects and is available for all levels -- beginner to pro.

Until now, the content was available for purchase only through the Apple app store. But the arrival of now means that you can access the same great content through the web, via a web-based lesson player that is compatible with all major web browsers for Mac and Windows computers, such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Edge, as well as all Android devices. An internet connection is required to view lesson content.

Bass Guru instructor Victor Wooten: "I'm excited to announce that my Bass Guru lesson packs are now available for download at These lessons are designed to help each player develop as a complete musician. They are arranged by specific topics and in short segments that are easy to work on and digest. Most importantly, each lesson pack is very affordable. I'll see you there."

Packs can be purchased from $1.99 for beginner lessons to $4.99 for advanced skills shared by artists like Victor Wooten and Tom Kennedy. Players who have already paid for packs through the Bass Guru app will be provided with the web-based lessons at no additional charge by going to

“We are thrilled to provide broader access to the great talent we’ve been able to work with, and we look forward to rolling out more lesson packs with additional artists and covering new topics,” said Bass Guru President Rob Wallis.

To learn more about Bass Guru, and its app and web-based lessons, visit and see our Help/FAQ page for answers to your questions.
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