Learn to play bass from award winning teachers. Private bass lessons are for students of all ages and skill levels. Students work one-on-one with a professional musician to develop their skills on the bass. Teachers not only motivate students to excel but create a fun and inviting environment to learn to play the bass. We’ll build individually tailored lesson plans to meet your needs, interests and ambition so you can focus on your craft.
Private bass lessons from exceptional teachers who tailor bass lessons to the student’s interests and goals. Lessons are convenient, flexible and utilize a variety of learning material to keep students engaged and motivated all in the comfort and convenience of your home.
Online bass lessons offer flexibility in scheduling lessons and convenience, and affordability. Learn to play bass from anywhere in the world with an exceptional award-winning teacher who can help you reach your musical goals.
Learn the tuba from University trained musicians who build individually tailored lesson plans to meet the needs of each student. In addition to their credentials, teachers are friendly, motivating, passionate and dedicated to help students actualize and accomplish their goals.
Learning to play the bass can enhance cognitive abilities and motor skills and provide emotional benefits such as improved mood and stress relief. Enjoy the benefits of playing the bass by taking private bass lessons to hone your skills.
I think the music instruction is of the highest quality, and there is great attention to detail.
My daughter enjoys her piano lessons, practice, and recitals very much, and I love to hear her play.
My children have a sense of music, and have learned to love and enjoy it because of Create More Music.
It's been such a wonderful experience, and Michael has really helped my son develop into a fantastic guitar player! We have really enjoyed being a part of the recitals during the year. :)
So pleased with our teacher Kevin, who knows how to inspire, encourage and communicate with my son.
We are grateful for both of our teachers, as without them Emerson would not be playing at the level she is, or at all due to her starting the instrument during COVID.
My kid is challenged, but enjoying learning.
Learning even the most difficult concepts is a happy experience through your steady, but cheerful and gentle guidance.
Michael is great about listening to my son and working together to direct the lessons.
Ray De La P.
Bass lessons for children offer a fun and engaging environment for students of all ages to explore music and creativity. Students benefit from learning note reading, understanding rhythms, ear training and much more!
Beginner bass lessons are designed for students with little or no music experience. Skilled teachers provide individualized instruction to help students learn key musical concepts, develop their technique and understanding of their instruments.
Adult bass lessons focus on providing personalized instruction to older students. Experienced teachers help students learn basic and advanced bass techniques, repertoire, and key musical concepts and theory.
Advanced bass lessons cover complex techniques, music theory, and styles. Topics include slap & pop, chords, playing in different keys, grooves, improvisation, and sight-reading. Lessons are tailored to the student’s skill level and musical interests.
Higher Test Scores
Show better patience and resilience
Build better self-awareness
Build better prioritization skills
Are more self-motivated
Bass curriculum includes proper hand positions, finger techniques, and playing songs. As the student progresses, more advanced concepts are introduced. Some popular bass method book series include the Hal Leonard Bass Method and John Pattituccie’s Bass Workshop.
We believe students should develop a good foundation in music. Using traditional learning methods we teach students to read music and understand key musical concepts while placing value on being creative, songwriting and learning modern music students can connect with.
Bass guitar is used in many genres, each with its own style. Popular styles include rock, jazz, blues, funk, reggae, metal, punk, country, and R&B. The bass contributes to rhythm, melody, and groove, and the style ranges from simple to complex, depending on the genre.
Early bass players learned by listening to others play bass, playing along with other musicians, and attending live performances. Today, there are many resources available for learning the bass, including books, videos, online lessons, and private instruction.
Electric basses are used in popular music and have a distinctive, amplified tone. Acoustic basses have a warm, acoustic sound. Upright basses have a traditional, deep tone and are used in jazz and classical music.
Schedule your free bass lesson to start your journey learning music. Have fun exploring the benefits of learning music while saving time with convenient and affordable private bass lessons. In addition to in-home and online music lessons, Create More Music also offers online group classes, too.