10 Songs Great for Beginner Bass Players –> When you’re starting out as a beginner bassist, it’s important to devote part of your practice time to learning songs. In fact, learning to play songs can be one of the most fun and enjoyable parts of playing bass. As a beginner you should start with songs that are challenging but not too difficult to learn. Trying to learn songs that are more advanced than your skill level can be frustrating – which some times leads to giving up. Beginners should start with easier, simple bass lines and progress towards more intermediate and advanced songs as they become better at playing bass guitar.
Below is our list of “10 Songs Great Songs for Beginner Bass Players”. We chose these songs using the following criteria:
- They all have simple bass lines that are relatively easy to learn
- While easy to learn, they all have their more difficult aspects which can help challenge beginner bass players to progress as they learn
- All are popular songs that people love to hear. Learn these songs and impress others with your bass playing skills!
Here are the songs, listed in alphabetical order. Click the links to visit the page for each song. Each page includes the following:
- Info about the song and how to play it
- Video that includes a tutorial and/or bass cover for the song
- Bass tabs and notation for the song
- Backing tracks so you can play along with the song
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Here are the Songs. Have Fun!..
- All About That Bass – Meghan Trainor
- Are You Gonna Be My Girl – Jet
- Feel Good Inc. – Gorillaz
- Kryptonite – 3 Doors Down
- Longview – Green Day
- Momentary Bliss – Gorillaz
- Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes
- Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana
- Super Freak – Rick James
- The Chain – Fleetwood Mac
Be sure to check out “10 More Songs Great for Beginner Bass Players” for more great songs to learn and play!
10 Songs Great for Beginner Bass Players
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