Legendary Bass – A Must-Know Guide

If you play bass in South Africa you should already know who Sammy Webber is. During this FREE Guitar Frenzy workshop you will be given the opportunity to learn at the feet of a true master bass player.

This is the perfect workshop for any intermediate or advanced bass player who wants to improve their playing.

During this workshop Sammy will teach you some of the most vital concepts you need to master to become a professional player. He will cover a range of topics from playing in the groove to soloing concepts and even go over some slapping. If you want to take your playing to new heights, you cannot afford to miss this workshop.

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What to Expect

  • Bass Playing that is “In the Groove”
  • Modern Soloing Concepts
  • Latin Bass Lines
  • African Bass Lines
  • Slapping and tapping

The Details

Date:    16 November 2019
Time:    11h00
Venue: Plumstead Superstore,
                 Shop G7, Richmond Centre
                 Main Road, Plumstead
Cost:     FREE

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About Sammy Webber

When Sammy was 19 years old he decided to start playing the bass. Over the past 30 years, Sammy Webber is almost a household name. If you’ve spent any time in the Gospel or Jazz Music scene then you’ll definitely have heard of Sammy.

He has played in top bands Inside Out, U-Turn, Funtime, and Virtual Jazz Reality. In addition, Sammy has recorded a few solo albums.

Many people might think that bass is just a support or background instrument. But, when Sammy plays he makes his bass sing. He is one of those players who really make the bass as a solo instrument sing. He has inspired many would be bass players to take up the instrument, and also inspired those who already play to be better.

Degenerative Disease

Sammy has multiple sclerosis. What this means is that the nerve that sends visual signals to the brain is progressively breaking down.

“I’m a bassist, often backing artists so my eyesight doesn’t impact my performance that much. However, solo performances where I really need to see what I’m playing is what I struggle with.” [1]