Recent Event Highlights: Wishful Thinking - John Petrucci Bass Cover, Dave LaRue performs at Winter NAMM 2009 with KORG Pandora PX5D, John Petrucci Glasgow Kiss, Re: Slap Bass Lesson - Essential Bass Concepts with Dave LaR, KORG Pandora PX5D demo video, On Stage with Dave LaRue!!, and 4 more...
Created by dipity on Sep 6, 2010
Last updated: 01/05/11 at 12:19 PM
Dave Larue Lesson has no followers yet. Be the first one to follow.
Thanks for watching! Please comment! I always answer my comments!
February 23, 1971 www.amazon.com "Heart of Gold" from the 1972 album Harvest www.amazon.com is Neil Young's only number one hit single in his long musical career. Rolling Stone ranked it #297 on their list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. It features the back-up vocals of James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt. The song is one of a series of soft, acoustic pieces which were written partly as a result of a back injury. Unable to stand for long periods of time, he could not play his electric guitar and so returned to his acoustic guitar, which he could play sitting down. The song was taped during the initial sessions for Harvest in early 1971 at Quadrafonic Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. Ronstadt and Taylor were in Nashville at the time for an appearance on Johnny Cash's television program, and the album's producer Elliot Mazer arranged for them to sing backup for Young in the studio. Originally, this song was meant to segue with the song "A Man Needs a Maid", and was therefore played on piano. It was played in this manner during Young's solo shows in 1971, but he abandoned this approach midway through the tour and began to play it on guitar as it is now known. Additionally, one line that was cut when the two songs became separate entities was "Afraid/A man feels afraid." An example of the segued version appears on Young's Live at Massey Hall 1971 release. Young wrote in the liner notes of his compilation album Decade: "This song put me in the middle of the road. Traveling ...
www.easybassvids.com Here's an easy to do exercise that's great for warming up and getting ready to play. It doesn't require too much thought, and will get the fingers moving and ease your brain into playing bass mode. I first learned this exercise years ago as a teenager when I took Flemenco guitar lessons (yes I took Flemenco lessons from an amazing player who was from Spain - he was the real deal). Then, recently I watched a youtube vid of Dave Larue talking about the very same exercise, so I figured it was worth making up a video for as well
Music video by The Fray performing You Found Me. (C) 2008 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
Straight from the floor of the 2009 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, CA, bassist Dave LaRue performs and demonstrates the KORG Pandora PX5D multi-effects floor processor and practice tool. Awesome!
el bajista dave larue en su video de enseñanza
This is me playing Glasgow Kiss by John Petrucci. The solo parts on this song is fun to improvise to. So I didn`t play the original soloes. Hope you like it :D
www.myspace.com that's my band! As requested, here is an explanation of the final bar in Dave LaRue's Slap Bass lesson. My bass is an Overwater Progress 3 Custom, please see www.overwaterbasses.com for more information.
A great demo video of the brand new KORG Pandora PX5D with USB released at Winter NAMM '08.
In this episode of OVRDRVN.COM, we're on stage with the amazing Dave LaRue!! as he guides us through his current live set-up for the Satriani tour. enjoy!