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Ray Riendeau is a highly sought after bassist whose versatile style and dedication to the instrument has earned him world tours and many major CD recording projects. His musical expertise and knowledge of the instrument keeps him busy as a composer, teacher, clinician and a touring / recording artist.
Ray is endorsed by ZON Basses , Aguilar Amplification, Accugroove Cabinets and MONO cases. He has been featured in many publications such as Bass Player, Bass Frontiers & Bassics to name a few. Ray is also a staff writer for Bass Musician Magazine and is a columnist for Talkbass.com's ask a pro section.
Willing to teach
Intermediate to advanced students
Lessons include time keeping/groove playing, finger board awareness
(harmony), Music theory, knowledge of scales, chord construction,
progressions, arpeggios, techniques, stylistic integrity and more.
Feel free to e-mail for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructional book/CD/DVD for alfred Publishing 2010 release
Private instructor for over 20 years
Staff writer for Bass Musician Magazine
Staff writer for “Ask A Pro” section for TalkBass.com
School Of Bass core instructor/performer 2004 & 2006
Author of Fender Instructional Bass video (included in all bass packs)
Featured in “Ultimate Slap Bass” instructional book
Fender Clinic Tour throughout U.S. and Europe
Peavey Clinic tour U.S.
Instructor/performer National Guitar Workshop, Bass Summit C.A.
Clinics/performances at Musicians Institute C.A.
Bass Day NYC 2001 performance with Matt Garrison, Victor Wooten, Steve
Bailey, Christian McBride, Mike Pope and T. M. Stevens
Mile High Bass Camp 2007 instructor with Chuck Rainey, Doug Johns and
Join the staff. Writers Wanted!
Develop a column, write album reviews, cover live shows, or conduct interviews.