Steve Lewis’ newly launched website for bass guitar enthusiasts will regularly provide readers with information about everything one needs to know to begin playing bass guitar or further hone their skill. For example, one of the latest articles teaches readers about the bass chorus pedal, its benefits, drawbacks, and differences with other effects.
More details can be found at https://basswhiz.com/
Lewis explains that his new website is intended to help anyone who is interested in learning bass guitar. Going beyond traditional musical instruction, BassWhiz.com sheds light on the nuances of bass gear, bass guitar techniques, and the proper way to practice.
The content that Steve publishes is expected to be particularly helpful for those who are still deciding between a bass guitar and an electric guitar. In one article, Lewis delves into the difference between those instruments and which would be better for the reader depending on their own personal preferences and playing style.
According to some sources, there are over 122 million bassists in the world, with 10 million coming from the United States. While more individuals are interested in learning the guitar due to its perceived “coolness”, Lewis says that bass players are the glue that holds the rhythm and harmony together. Without the bass lines, a song – even with the most skilled guitarist – will somehow sound “off”.
This is why Lewis created BassWhiz.com. He wants to inspire a new generation of bassists to take pride in their musical abilities and learn how to perfect their craft. He explains that contrary to popular belief, neither the bass nor guitar is inherently easier to learn than the other. He recommends readers try their hand with both instruments first before deciding which one they prefer more.
Lewis writes, “With almost half a century of experience under my belt I’ve turned to writing, to share my love, knowledge and experience. Whether you’re a seasoned musician, an aspiring bassist, or simply a lover of music, I hope you find here compelling narrative and important guidance helping you to explore the world of bass guitar like never before.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://basswhiz.com/
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