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Attention Bass Players

Got Stage Fright?

Wanna Get Rid of It?

If Stage Fright / performance anxiety  is holding you back from achieving your dreams as a bass player, musician, etc...  This will be the most important letter that you ever read.

Here is why

I will help you (and practically make you)  Get Rid of All of YOUR
Stage Fright / Performance Anxiety

So that you can walk into any room leap up on stage
PLAY YOUR BASS
AND
COMMAND IT!

You will do it because

YOU WILL TURN

Fear and Anxiety Into EXCITEMENT and Confidence!
Once You Do This YOU Will
Go Further In Your Bass Playing and Performance Skills Than You've Ever Gone Before

How Would You Like To Instantly “Flip a Switch”
and
Flip off
Stage Fright
Feelings of Nervousness, Paralyzing Feelings of Fear, Pressure, Anxiety, Self Doubt, Over Analyzing, & Making a Mistake and Having To Be Perfect That Results in You Having Stage Fright / Performance Anxiety and “choking” on Stage
And Instead
Flip On
Self Confidence, Focus, Certainty, Calmness, Power
So That You  Can  Eliminate All of Your Fears And Get Up on Stage And
Play Your BASS
The Way That You Do In Your Dreams.
If this interests you as a Bass Player
I Have The Quick and Easy Solution That YOU Need!

It does not matter if you get a mild case of jitters and nerves before and during a gig or if you are so nervous that you feel like your are gonna get thrown out of an airplane...

If you can read a short EASY  to read book and listen to a CD or mp3 at night as you go to sleep.
I will take away all of your stage fright and performance anxiety so that you can  get up on a stage or go into a recording studio and play your bass and perform as well (or better) as you do when you practice your bass.
Before I explain how it all works, I first want you to see what this new amazing program will do for you and how it will  make you overcome your stage fright.


Here's how it works and why it will help you achieve greatness in your bass playing on and off stage.


















It Works Almost INSTANTLY!
(YES Even for YOU!)
(And IF I'm wrong you get to hear it for FREE)

You may have just read about us in Bass Player Magazine but
even though I am not a bass player,
I'm the guy who can help you because I used to have a major problem with Stage Fright

But not anymore. I have overcome Stage Fight / Performance Anxiety in a major way.  Prior to discovering these amazing techniques my level of pre-show and on-stage anxiety was “off the charts” at times it was even paralyzing  but these days its the exact opposite because I have turned  nervous energy  and anxiety into ROCKET FUEL

Ever since I figured out how to do this,  the night before a show, I sleep like a baby. I wake up excited and motivated. Then throughout the day I am confidently calm, happy and excited. If I have other responsibilities I can stay focused on them without having any fearful  thoughts entering my head.  Then once I get to the gig and I'm  back stage I'm mentally calm but excited and I'm in a great mood and I can't wait for the curtain to open. 
Then

   right before I go up on stage I emotionally, “flip a switch” and  I essentially step into a superman suit where I have no fear, no doubt, no hesitation that I can fly.    I know that if I  leap  the net will appear....

when I step up  on stage I am a LION TAMER!

I am in charge, not the audience, not anyone else.

When I step on stage, I  step into a DREAM.

But I know that most bass players step into a NIGHTMARE.

This is why if you came here  really looking to get rid of your stage fright / performance anxiety

I am THE GUY WHO GETS YOU THE RESULTS.
I am not the guy who ALMOST Gets Results.

Want to know why?

Well, you will have to  spend a few minutes actually reading the information here.

BUT FIRST READ THIS STORY about a bass player who I helped with a stage fright problem:

BASS GUITAR  PLAYER STAGE FRIGHT / LACK OF APPRECIATION:
A bass player came to me and    said that  his stage fright issue wasn't so much  stage fright as it was  a sinking feeling that  no one cared about  bass  and that  fans didn't understand or appreciate the importance of a bass instrument in music. Also, he felt that  fans  didn't like bass players and no one could name a bass player and that singers and guitar players got all the attention so when he was on stage he just  stood back by the drummer even though he would love to  really perform and use the entire stage.   He was confident in his playing but had no confidence  in himself as an entertainer.

  I hypnotized him to believe that he was as important to his band as  Rudy Sarzo was to Quiet Riot, Ozzy, White Snake,  and pretty much  everyone else in rock n roll... Geddy Lee is to Rush, Nikki Sixx is to Motley Crue,  Gene Simmons is to Kiss or Sting was to The Police and is to “Sting” I  reminded him about  Billy Sheehan. Randy Jackson, Steve Harris, Michael Anthony, Bootsy Collins, Paul McCartney, Cliff Burton, Robert Trujillo, Geezer Butler, Flea, Jaco Pastorius,  It changed how he FELT  about the bass and himself as a performer and he immediately started performing more aggressively on stage and actually became a “stage hog.”


Now dig this:

Most people are living their fears instead of living their dreams.
That includes BASS PLAYERS.
If that's you, I can help.

Every bass player knows that there is no substitute for practice
but...

Even if your DREAMS came true and all of your musical bass playing heroes came to LIVE with you. All of your time spent rehearsing with them won't amount to squat if you are being held back by the inhibiting feelings of Stage Fright.

In the event you didn't understand,

Stage Fright and Performance Anxiety are the exact same thing emotionally.

You see, when a bass player, musician, performer suffers from stage fright. All of the chemicals released in your brain and body from anxiety act like a giant dam and block you from getting in tune with that magic part of your brain and your body and soul that holds all of your creativity, confidence and memory and muscle memory from countless hours of practicing your bass.

Its evil and it will keep you from achieving all of your onstage dreams.

Your self-esteem, self-confidence and ability to focus and relax will have a large effect on your learning, creating and performing as a bass player and as a musician

Self-confidence is the energy source of your personality. Your level of self confidence precedes and predicts your behavior and how you interact with your other people, entertainers and musicians and your audience. It determines your levels of creativity, enthusiasm and personal magnetism and charisma. Performers / bass players with high self-esteem are more positive, more likable and more effective with their subject matter or music and every part of their lives. Your self confidence will effect how you “talk” through your bass or to your audience and how you  perform. That’s why it is critical to keep your self confidence high and positive on a continuing basis in every area of your life.

Especially ON STAGE.

You've probably already know from experience that when you have Stage Fright and there is nervousness, fear and anxiety running through your veins, even though you've practiced and you know your parts or what you are going to sing or say, you still automatically tighten up, freeze up mentally and emotionally and you perform horribly.

But when your mind is calm, confident, focused, clear and free of nervousness, that's when you play your bass with great feeling and heart and soul from that spiritual place where there is no mental chatter and everything flows beautifully. This is how all the great  musicians do it night after night.

It's confidence and focus that got them to keep improving their playing and performing skills. Its their confidence and focus that allowed them to get up on stage and still tap into the super creative part of their brain and got that magic to flow It's FOCUS that kept them from being distracted.

And its a combination of both that allowed them to be confidently calm, block out distractions and eliminate all the anxiety and nervousness that causes stage fright and performance anxiety.

That's why If you want to play bass,  perform and sing dynamically onstage 

you need to have your BRAIN on your side.
Once You Train Yourself  To Do This Automatically
YOU CAN HAVE THE SAME
INCREDIBLE LEVELS OF SELF CONFIDENCE THAT THE GREAT BASS PLAYERS,
PERFORMERS, SINGERS, ENTERTAINERS, MUSICIANS HAVE

It does not matter where you are in your life right now or in your BASS PLAYING skills. It doesn't matter if you are a man or a woman, child or an adult. It does not matter if you have just been dreaming about playing bass or  performing  in front of people but you are too scared or if you are a pro, because having very high levels of self-confidence and focus will help you get what you want out of life both on and off stage.

So If you have stage fright,  and you wanna get rid of it...Here's how you fix it.

First of all,
Booze will not make it go away, neither will smoking or taking medications ( legal or illegal) Neither will  overdosing on  practicing or rehearsing. If this were true, you'd never hear stories about seasoned musicians who have stage fright or performance anxiety.

Fortunately there is a solution  which is
Quick, Easy and Safe
Its called
“How To Eliminate Stage Fright!
For Bass Players"
It works like magic and its not as weird as you might think.

This is Real HYPNOSIS
And All You Do Is Listen



So why not get over your stage fright.
Get ahead and start in making all of your
performing on stage dreams and recording
COME TRUE
GO AHEAD AND ORDER

"How To Eliminate Stage Fright For Bass Players"

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bass players How To Eliminate Stage Fright For bass Players  cd and bok cover
Bass Players How To Eliminate Stage Fright For
Bass Players Book and CD or mp3
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Bass Player Phil Kennemore of Y&T
bass guitarist Rudy Sarzo face from backstage  no stage fright for bass players
Bass guitar player rudy sarzo profile from back stage at namm show standing without any fear or stage fright
I call these photos

"Twenty Feet From Rudy Sarzo."

The view from backstage is different so I wanted to share it with you.

I took these photos a few days ago
while I was attending the NAMM Show
and Rudy was playing at a special Randy Rhoads Tribute Show.
Many different musicians rotated to play on different songs throughout the night.

As you can see, the curtain was slightly open and  Rudy was standing there watching the show
I thought it was a good shot. As you can tell he looks relaxed, confident and happy.
Its fair to say he does not have a problem with stage fright.
Enjoy!

bass player Judd Fuller onstage at Rodney Atkins suring guitar solos
This is Bass Player Judd Fuller. He plays bass for Country Singer Rodney Atkins.
I took this photo at their concert in June 2005. A lot of Bass Players just sort of "stand on stage" and don't move much.  But not Judd. He totally "rocks out" 
This is another photo of Bass Player Judd Fuller during a guitar solo. I think he just looks like he's "in the groove"
BASS PLAYERS
How To Eliminate Stage Fright
For BASS Players. Gets Rid of ALL of
YOUR Stage Fright & Performance Anxiety.
It takes you from where you are right now
to where YOU WANT TO BE As Bass Player & Performer In a Hurry!