Stuart Hamm: Bass Transcriptions – Outbound and Beyond This Stu Hamm transcription book contains 17 songs, including every track from Stuart’s studio album Outbound (“The Castro Hustle,” “The Memo,” “The Star Spangled Banner”), together with his renowned classical adaptations of Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata,” Bach’s “Prelude In C,” and Debussy’s “Dr. CLICK TO VIEW Gradus Ad Parnassum.” Also included are his “Quahogs Anyone?” solo from The Urge, and three tracks that Stu recorded with experimental fusion trio GHS, “Nostalgia,” “November,” and “Wrong & Strong.” 129 pages. Written in standard notation and TAB, with chord symbols. Stu Hamm: Deeper Inside the Bass This 60-minute DVD follows up Stu’s “Slap, Pop & Tap for the Bass” with hand and finger warm-ups, open note arpeggios, harmonic scales and chords, false and pinched harmonics, sliding harmonics, popping two notes together, metronome practicing, raking and flamenco techniques and more. There are CLICK TO VIEW exciting solo performances of Stu’s compositions, and his famous rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.” Included is a Stu Hamm biography and selected discography, plus a 20-page foldout of printed music, in standard notation and TAB. Ultimate Tapping for Bass Guitar Stu Hamm is a tapping magician and Stuart Clayton’s excellent work on the technique covers all elements from the absolute basics through to advanced twohanded contrapuntal techniques. Chapters include Providing Accompaniment, Developing Rhythmic Independence, Sweep Picking Techniques, Études and CLICK TO VIEW “Hamm Stew.” The book also includes a detailed history of the tapping technique across all instruments and profiles and interviews of the main contributors to the technique. Written in standard notation and TAB. MP3 audio files available to download. 256 pages.