Hi first of all i’m new to this forum so hey everybody Well I watched this Francis Rocco Prestia – Fingerstyle Funk (Bass Lesson) Video on. : Fingerstyle Funk [VHS]: Francis Rocco Prestia, Alexis At last, bass players around the world are allowed a rare, in-depth look into the style . a ton of money learning what would otherwise require dozens of private lessons.

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See All Buying Options. Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest. What I like is that the material is not over-analyzed. Image Unavailable Image not available for Color: I have a lot of bass instruction tapes, and I can tell you that this is one of the best. See all 10 reviews. This video will, without a doubt, help you become a better player. If you have ever seen Preatia play and wondered why he move around the neck so much this will answer that.

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I wish I would have known about this sooner! Rocco Prestia’s style is one of a kind. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Somehow, the producers of this video were able to extract the information I’ve fingerstgle hungry for all these years. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Fingerstyle funk is a great asset to any bass player.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. I have been trying for many years to emulate what I was hearing on those classic TOP tracks. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Showing of 10 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

Have one to sell? I am a Rocco fan from way back – but I had no idea that this prestai even existed. This is an amazing piece of work – and a wonderful tribute to one of my bass heroes! See offer for details.


There’s a problem loading this menu ringerstyle now. I have come away with so many new ideas and methods, and each of the examples is so incredibly catchy and so inspiational. First, Rocco Prestia has such a unique style and his bass lines will be forever a model for enjoyment and study. For those unfamiliar with the name, Francis Rocco Prestia, he definitely created innovations for those playing electric bass. You have to see what he does to understand it, and this video cleared up the mystery for me.

In this video Rocco fingersfyle many of the Tower of Power classics to demonstrate his technique. Even if his style is not for you, there is so much here to take back to the woodshed and incorporate it into your style. Rocco and his “ghosting” is such a challenge to emulate and master – and that there is only fingerstylw of it.

You are indeed a master. At prrstia time I don’t think he thought much about it, he just “did it”. In a very contemplative fashion Rocco talks about what he listens for in a drum track and how he conceives his bass lines from the ground up.

This is without question, my favorite video.