Extensive Loop Library!
One of the many unique features of Roy Vogt's Teach Me Bass Guitar is the Loop Library. So, what is it? Well, on the Sample Lessons and other graphics you'll notice a Moonface icon on the animated fretboard. This is Ralph, and he's there with helpful comments throughout the course. He's a bit of a Jeckyl and Hyde, however, and, from time-to-time, he turns blue, (an alter-ego he refers to as his cousin Heathcliff). This tells you that the segment you're working on has a Loop function, meaning that, with the click of a button (the blue moon) that portion will repeat endlessly, until you tell it to stop so you can play until 1. You master the sequence, 2. Your fingers fall off, 3. Your neighbors call the cops, or 4. You go insane. In any case, you'll never have to stop, find your place, resume, and rewind, ad infinitum! All you do is play to perfection!
When you're satisfied with your performance, hit the button again and the program returns to the exact place where you left off. The Loop Library is also accessible on its own through the Main Menu, so you don't have to go through the whole lesson every time you want to brush up on a particular exercise.
Welcome to learning the way it was meant to be!