Bitch Rolling Stones Saxophone Lessons
Bitch, by the Rolling Stones, is a great song with some fantastic brass lines. So, the idea of a great band with a great song, combined with some great sax parts makes for an excellent opportunity to play our saxophones !
Please accept my apologies for losing our G/PG rating for this saxophone lesson !
How to play Bitch on the Alto Saxophone.
This is a rockin’ and rollin’ relentless riff in quite a fast song that may take a few big lungs and a little bit of concentration.
However, once you’ve got the finger choreography under your belt and the riff stuck in your head, you too can swagger and prance around the room/stage or where ever else you happen to be !
Bitch by the Rolling Stones.
Bitch Rolling Stones Saxophone.
Bitch Alto Sax.
This video saxophone lesson for Bitch by the Rolling Stones is an edited and condensed version.
The full and complete version of this and all of our other saxophone lessons are available to our Members inside our Members Area.
In the full Bitch saxophone lesson – as with all full saxophone lessons for all songs that we are learning inside the Members Area – we break the song components down into bite sized pieces. We slow it down, we dissect it, we build on the individual components until we are confident and comfortable enough to give it all a red hot go.
We are all about quick wins, tips, hints and suggestions here at How To Play The Sax, as well as helping you take your saxophone playing to the next level !!
And we have some fun along the way.
Even if you have never played the saxophone before, we can get you started with learning how to play the saxophone and have you rocking and rolling in no time.
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The full version of this Bitch Rolling Stones saxophone lesson inside the Members Area runs for 20 minutes and 36 seconds.
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I’m a senior but just received my Néw Alto Sax. After opening it and putting it together, I’m having trouble releasing the pads in order to start my Membership. I played the Trombone all thru High School), All State).
I’m excited like a kid in a candy store. I just need help in getting started?
Donnie M W
It is exciting getting a new toy – especially when it’s a saxophone – Congratulations on your purchase 🙂
Usually, brand new saxophones come with little pieces of cork wedged into the mechanisms and pads. This is to stop your sax from potentially getting damaged during transit. These little cork pieces stop the keys moving, which is great if your new saxophone is in the back of a truck being shipped to your house, but it also means that if you don’t remove them, your saxophone is not going to be useful as a musical instrument !!!
I found a great explainer video for where these are and how to get them out – https://youtu.be/PkTV8_BRKb0
I hope this helps 🙂