Graphy | Bass Guitar : The art of groove and technique by Michel Labaki
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Born in 1978, Michel Labaki is a Lebanese international-bassist, composer, entrepreneur, psychologist,and music therapist. Labaki started his musical career when he was only six years old. A passion steadily transformed into a profession, as Labaki became the youngest Bassist on the LBCI TV Channel at the age of 15, and subsequently was selected as the best Rock Bassist in Lebanon in 1997, and as part of the top 50 international bass players in 2013.
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Bass Guitar : The art of groove and technique
I was influenced by my mother who is a pianist, and developed a longing for music, and particularly the guitar. I started off as a guitar player, but switched to the electric bass at the age of 15 and soon became one of the prominent bass players in Lebanon at the age of 20. I have been involved in the continuing development of various musical techniques and styles –funk, Latin, and fusion world music – and has stood out in my sense of lyricism and melodic bass lines.I combine drumming on the drums, tapping on the guitar, and slapping on the bass, together to create this amazing skill to perform on the bass guitar. I am endorsed by 4 companies in the united states of America: -Fodera guitars, Gruvgear, Aguilar amps and Lathon bass wear. I have launched two bass albums “Bass lab” and “Dear mother” and performed with more than 50 international artists and festivals around the globe. And now I am a Graphy and in my graphy Bass guitar section “The art of groove and technique” you are going to learn all you need to know about grooving, creating a bass line, improvising, soloing, and composing. Playing all bass techniques such as finger funk, slap, pop, strumming and tapping.
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