Book Review: "Bass Guitar for Dummies" by Patrick Pfeiffer

Never judge a book by its cover (or its title, for that matter), because you might overlook an extremely resourceful gem.
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Never judge a book by its cover (or its title, for that matter), because you might overlook an extremely resourceful gem. The third edition of Patrick Pfeiffer’s extensive Bass Guitar for Dummies offers a surplus of tools for players of all levels, covering everything from playing techniques, scales, and modes to complex theory and grooving in every genre. Written with remarkable clarity, this is an expert guide to everything bass that is all-encompassing and extremely thorough.

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