Beginner to Badass & BassBuzz YouTube

Howdy all.

There have been some questions coming in regarding how the BassBuzz YouTube channel interacts (if it does at all) with the Beginner to Badass course.

So… I made this here topic. Please, one and all, correct me where I go astray, and add where I leave out!

The Beginner to Badass course is the ultimate way to get into playing electric bass if you consider yourself a beginner on the instrument or if you’ve never played before.
It will take you, true to its title, from beginner to (drum roll) badass.
The lessons offered are sequential and cumulative.
Things progress module by module, adding skills along the way.
It is an invaluable instructional method, and you must pay to access it.

The YouTube channel is a wonderful and free supplement to the B2B course, or to anyone with specific bass-related questions.
Where the B2B course is a well-crafted, detailed map guiding you from beginner to badass, the YouTube channel is more of a magnifying glass briefly focusing and going in depth on one small aspect of the bass world.

They certainly work together, but if you’re new to the instrument, the YouTube channel won’t be able to answer all your questions, give you the technique advice, work you towards goals systematically and gradually, or give you clear and measured ways to check your progress.

The Beginner to Badass course DOES do all of that.
Once you’re done with the course, the YouTube channel is the perfect place to get deeper with bass concepts, check out a new technique, or answer more experienced, specific questions.

Please, one and all, holler with your own experiences and ideas here. I think the question is a very good one, and it can be real helpful to explain what is what!


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For me, I’ve never gone to the YouTube Channel (just my choice) and have only taken the B2B course. Without the course under my belt, I would never have been able to be where I currently am right now as a bassist. The B2B course provides the structured foundation that is needed in order to comprehend and understand the basics of the bass along with an exposure to basic music theory that puts a person on the right track towards success.

For me, trying to learn to play the bass without completing the B2B course would be like trying to eat soup with a fork…


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Yeah, you’d still achieve the aim but it’d be messy, would take an age, and you’d miss a lot of the contents.