Bestselling Guitar & Bass Accessories in 2020
Snark SN5X Clip-On Tuner for Guitar, Bass & Violin (Current Model)
On-Stage XCG4 Black Tripod Guitar Stand, Single
- Our best seller!
- Special formula EVA rubber
- Friction locking knob locks into "V-groove" and prevents rotation
- Stepped yoke and solid steel rod with locking keyway
- Heavy-duty sheet metal leg housing
- Non-slip rubber end caps
Mugig Tuner Clip-on Tuner for Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Violin, Chromatic Tuning,Large Clear Colorful LCD Display (38% Greater View),Calibrated Pitch,Battery Included, Auto Power Off
- Supports multiple tunings: Chromatic, Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Violin
- High sensitive vibration tuner responds fast, which ignores the background noise, is ideal for loud, chaotic environment . Pitch calibration from 430HZ to 450HZ
- Super clear LCD display(38% greater view), barely shade incurred, rotates 360 degree for easy viewing from any angle
- Single coin battery operated,Easy to read and operate. auto power off for no operation in 5 minutes
- Scientific design with solid construction ensure no break in use. Environment-friendly ABS plastic applied, no inferior material used. FCC/CE certified,ROHS compliant.
Ernie Ball Instrument Polish with mircofiber cloth
- Polish with cloth
Tuner Digital Clip on Tuner for Guitar Bass Ukulele Violin Chromatic Tuning Large Clear Colorful LCD Display Calibrated Pitch Battery Included Auto Power Off
Fender Clip-On Tuner FT-004 for Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Violin, Mandolin, and Banjo
- Small, compact size one-handed swivel clamp
- Tuning modes include: Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Violin and Chromatic
- Tuning Range B0-B7.
- 1x 3V 2032 battery required (included)
DR Strings NMCB-45 DR NEON 4 Bass Guitar String, Medium, Multi-Color
- DR NEON Multi-Color Strings makes learning bass guitar fast, easy and fun
- 4 String, 4 different colors
- Features NEON K3 Coating for volume, clarity and durability
- 45 65 85 105
Snark SN-5 Tuner for Guitar, Bass and Violin (Black)
- Full Color Display
- Display rotates 360 degrees for easy viewing
- Features frequency range tailored to guitar and bass
- Tuner can be used on front of back of headstock
Guitar Hanger Hook Holder Wall Mount Display - Fits all size Guitars, Bass, Mandolin, Banjo, etc.
- Fits all size Bass and Electric Guitars. Design Protected by U.S Patent US D701,449S
- Easy to mount onto Wall
- Non-marring rubber coating protects the instrument
- Flexible support arms hug the neck of any guitar for a secure fit
- Wall Screws and Plastic Anchors for Dry-Wall Included
KLIQ UberTuner - Clip-On Tuner for All Instruments - with Guitar, Bass, Violin, Ukulele & Chromatic Tuning Modes
- FAST & ACCURATE: Spend more time playing, and less time tuning. The UberTuner's advanced Micro Processor and highly sensitive Piezo Sensor will ensure your instrument is accurately tuned in a flash.
- SUPER BRIGHT DISPLAY: The large color display allows you to easily see if you're flat, sharp, or dead-on from any angle. With 3 points of adjustment, you can position the screen in any way you like.
- EASY TO USE: Turn it on, clip it on, and you're ready to tune. Since the tuner detects the pitches directly from your instruments' vibrations, ambient room noise will never get in the way.
- RELIABLE: With a strong and durable design, this tuner was built to last. From light use by the music hobbyist to heavy abuse by the touring road warrior, the UberTuner will get you in tune every time.
- 3-YEAR MANUFACTURER GUARANTEE: In the unlikely event the KLIQ UberTuner breaks or stops working, we'll replace it or give you 100% of your money back, no questions asked.
String Swing Guitar Hanger - Holder for Electric Acoustic and Bass Guitars - Stand Accessories Home or Studio Wall - Musical Instruments Safe without Hard Cases - Black Walnut Hardwood CC01K-BW 2-Pack
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- Luxurious & Affordable!
Full Size Black Electric Guitar with Amp, Case and Accessories Pack Beginner Starter Package
- Full Scale Black Electric Guitar with Maple Neck
- Humbucker Pickup For Rock Sound
- Case Strap Pitchpipe Picks Stringwinder Cord
- Guitar Amp with Headphone Jack & Overdrive (distortion)
- Everything You Need To Start Playing
How to Find Great Online Bass Lessons
You can learn everything that you'll need by sitting in front of a computer screen. Here are a few tips for finding great bass lessons online.
Luckily, there are hundreds of great bass teachers on the Internet, and with a webcam and a decent computer mic, you can learn everything that you'll need by sitting in front of a computer screen. Here are a few tips for finding great bass lessons online.
Get everything that you'll need.
In order to take great bass lessons online, you'll need some great equipment. Budget about $30 for a decent webcam, $30 for a decent computer microphone, and possibly more for bass books and music supplies. Your bass teacher will be able to tell you exactly what you need in this department; some recommend that you buy a certain bass book, some will provide you with bass books or music through email, and some don't require you to use a book at all. However, if you're serious about learning the bass online, you should try to find a teacher that can show you how to read music. Trust me, it gets important later on down the line.
You'll also need some chat software, but most online bass teachers use free software for this. The most common chat program for online music lessons is AIM (AOL instant messenger). Again, your bass teacher will tell you what you need.
Read up and listen up.
You'll have to do some research to find a great online bass teacher, and it may take you a bit of time to get someone that you can really learn well from. Look for an online bass teacher with solid music credentials. Watch videos of them playing, but also see if you can find samples of their students. This is more telling than their own abilities--given enough practice, anyone can play the bass guitar well, but it takes some real dedication and specialization to be able to teach.
Know your price range.
You can find great online bass lessons for about $20-30 per half hour session, and there's not a very good reason to pay more unless there's a specific bass teacher that you really, really want to work with. Make sure that you get your money's worth. Set up all of your equipment for the lesson beforehand and test it out by having a friend log on to the chat program. Make sure that your friend can hear and see you well. This will avoid any issues that your online bass teacher might have, and you'll learn much more in your short lessons.
Do you have any other tips for finding great online bass lessons? Post in our comments section below.