MJS Music Publications Improves It’s Already Best Selling Bass Title

MJS Music Publications has perfected its bestselling “BASS GUITAR: Total Scales Techniques and Applications.” The course has been selling out all over North America since July of 2006. In April 2006, Teaching Music Magazine called it “...a complete resource for bassists." Bass enthusiast, Rick Hendricks, writes “I must commend you on a well thought-out, clear and concise book to bring bass players all the information needed to be sucessful. ...You guys make all clear and up to date." And, of the “Total Scales Techniques and Applications” series, (also available for Guitar, and in Spanish), Barry Rudolph of Music Connection Magazine raves, "For beginner to expert... every position on the guitar and all the ways to use them to create music."
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So with literally thousands of consumer testimonies and industry reviews in their back pocket, why would MJS change a thing? Author/President, Mark Sternal tells us “It wasn’t complete. The original version gave you every position on the fretboard, in every key, and all the ways to use them, but there were 2 or 3 techniques we had left out. This new version thoroughly covers slapping and popping as well as picking and finger picking. There are also a lot more ideas offered for writing bass lines, and playing bass harmonies and chords.”

New and existing customers can download the latest additions to “BASS GUITAR: Total Scales Techniques and Applications” free of charge at www.MJSPublications.com.

“BASS GUITAR: Total Scales Techniques and Applications” and other titles by MJS are distributed through MJS direct, Baker & Taylor, Book Clearing House which supplies Ingram Books, Canadian Print Music Distribution and its sister U.S. company, World Music 4ALL, Chesbro Music, and Southcoast.

MJS Music Publications is located in Crystal River, Florida. Recently approved for additional operating capital, it was formally established in 2004 and has grown beyond its grass-roots direct mail customer base. Some of its titles are available in Spanish, in addition to English. For further information, call (352) 563-1779.