We get it, music theory can be boring. Learning sets of rules can be dry. Music Theory is important because it unlocks your playing and builds a foundation.
Gear is vital to being a musician. What do you do when you just NEED to have more? We call it GAS, and this is how we handle it.
What are the best songs from the 1930s? This era rivals any other period of music. We narrowed it down to the best so you don’t have to.
Tunes from the 1920s represent a special era of music. Join us as we go through 6 of our favorite tunes from the 1920s. It’ll be a blast!
We always say music doesn’t have to be complicated, but how can categorizing music be easy? We will teach you how to have just four categories!
There are three foundational minor scales that make up music: Natural, harmonic, and melodic. What’s the difference? Tune in to find out!
The Blues Scale is fundamental to American Popular Music. Everyone has heard it whether they realize it or not. But what is it? How do you use it?
Here it is! Number 1 from yesterday’s list. Our top ten film scores can’t be top ten without this one here. So what is our number one favorite film score?
In honor of the Oscars we present our top 10 film scores of all time. Film scoring is a new frontier for music that is continuing to evolve.
Practice is one of the most hated part of music, but it doesn’t have to be! Dry and boring practice should be a thing of the past.
The role of the guitar is tough to define because it is a versatile instrument that covers a wide range of sounds. However, Just the Bassics has the answer!
The role of the bass guitar in modern music seems obvious enough, but is it? We break down the key jobs of the bass player.