Here is a good YouTube channel called “Beholden to the Riff”
He does some lessons with tabs, and does a pretty good job.
I found him because he does the N.I.B. bass intro by Black Sabbath.
I had learned that on Cover Solutions, but there where some things I couldn’t get quite right with the constant streaming, and this helped because he breaks things down to sections and even breaks the sections down to sections. One of the better tutorial videos I have watched not put out by @JoshFossgreen.
But this video I watched today I wanted to share. Transcribing is the next thing I will start to work on after I wrap up Mark’s courses that I lose on June 1st when the all access pass goes away, but its coming up and I am gonna start to tackle transcriptions.
Of course many of the best players and channels I watch, say it is the BEST thing they did for their continued learning and playing, and will make it easier to jam with others and then create your own songs / bass lines.
This is not really a step by step, but it has alot of really good advice for learning songs on your own, and just for your attitude towards learning and playing in general.
Check out the channel if you like it and want more. I find the guy pretty inspirational because it is obvious he had some sort of major injury if you look at his fingers and elbows, there is scarring, deformation and a pinky he can’t seem to bend, yet he plays guitar and bass very well.