Cracking The Blues Rock Code – FREE 5 Day Challenge
There’s a lot you can achieve in 5 days if you have the right mindset (and the right training). Check out this playthrough of two choruses of the blues in D7 (sim. to Statesboro Blues chord progression) and you’ll hear some of the elements that we’ll be learning in the next 5 days.
Here’s what you get when you join today (for free):
- Unique “device based” 5 Day Blus Rock Challenge
- Pre Training Lesson 1 – What Is An 80-20 Device? locked and loaded in your Members Area – right now
- Pre Training Lesson 2 – How To Practice An 80-20 Device is also in your Members Area
- Day 1 Lesson – the first device we’re going to look at in this Challenge is ALSO waiting for you in your Members Area.
- Days 2 through 5 appear at 24 hour intervals after you enroll
- “Mystery” Bonus Lesson 6 appears 24 hours after Day 5
- Lessons in text plus notation plus video form
- Lessons include ‘Action Plans’ to help practice
- MP3 backing tracks available at different tempo levels to download for your practice
New 80-20 Bass Students: simply enter your first name, last name, best email address and a password and click the Sign Up button to join (for free).
Existing 80-20 Bass Students: You just need to Log In and click on the Sign Up button to join (for free).
NOTE: Challenge expires 2 weeks after you join!
Listen to what others have to say about our courses
This is the best learning material I’ve ever seen. You provide every option to understand the material, such as actual written bass clef notation, theory scale info, tab, video presentation, etc. The challenge forces me to spend time with my bass EVERY DAY!
Paul: Your teachings have me looking at music in an entirely different way. I initially approached a new bass line literally note-by-note. I then advanced to a view of chords, and identified notes by their intervals of the chords. I could later recognize the use of specific scales, such as major and minor pentatonics. Now, the recognition and use of devices, has taken me to yet a higher level. In addition to devices having a shape, they also have a unique sound and vibe. Add rhythm and we have real music.
Thanks Paul for putting this course together and providing the knowledge and techniques for creating new basslines. A little over a month ago I never would have even tried to create a bassline and now I feel I have the tools and just need to continue putting in the practice time working on it in the woodshed.