VIDEO #6 WARWICK CUSTOM STREAMER LX W/NORDSTRAND NJ4 PICKUP MOD & DOUBLE THUMB PICKING LESSON

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andyirvine

Andy Irvine is musician, author, and educator who has achieved world wide recognition. His devotion to his craft of the bass guitar, and sharing that love with others, has established him as a leading musicianship coach and respected source of encouragement to countless players around the entire globe.

5 Comments

  1. Fleming

    Hey Andy Very Great Lesson it was Naturally ,funny and informative ,gladly sit and watch your Lesson .Greetings Fleming =)

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  2. Fwilkes1

    Great lesson Andy double thumb is a technique that has been troublesome for me and it’s great to hear that it really just comes down to practice and each of us have techniques we use that we are inherently a little better at than other some other techniques. Warwick’s are without a doubt my most favorite “sounding” basses and the Nordies really open up and enhance that meaty growl they possess.

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  3. Jon Stallan

    Love that bass!

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  4. lennue

    Great lesson Andy, thanks! I have a question though: How do you manage string crossings, e.g. doing a downstroke on the E string and then and upstroke on the A string? This seems much harder to me than doing it with a pick. Cheers!

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    • andyirvine

      Yes much harder, I would agree, just makes it simple once you get it in your bag, to incorporate on the fly among many other right techniques. Like all things, practice slow and even, then when the tone and feel clicks in smooth and musical, speed it up to what ever tempo the music you’re playing or composing calls for.

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