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Adam Nitti

Adam Nitti has been establishing his own voice amongst his contemporaries as both a bassist and recording artist for almost two decades. He has so far released four jazz/fusion CDs which have drawn international acclaim, but he has also been notably involved as a sideman and touring bassist across multiple genres.

Adam's performance and recording credits include: The Dave Weckl Band, Steven Curtis Chapman, Jeff Coffin Mu’tet, Susan Tedeschi, Lincoln Brewster, T Lavitz, Jimmy Herring, Keith Carlock, Scott Henderson, Heather Headley, Mike Stern, Chris Tomlin, Casting Crowns, Wayne Krantz, Kirk Covington, and many others.

His dedication to the bass guitar has been matched in more recent years by his passion for sharing musical knowledge. In December, 2012 he launched AdamNittiMusicEducation.com, a membership-based online bass instructional website. Using an extensive curriculum-based library of HD video lessons as its foundation, the site also offers interactive options for players looking for an even more-personalized educational experience.

Learn more at AdamNitti.com, AdamNittiMusicEducation.com, Facebook, and Twitter.

Articles by Adam Nitti:

  • Setting Yourself Up For Success In The Practice Shed (Part 2)

    Setting Yourself Up For Success In The Practice Shed (Part 2)

    If you are really serious about improving your bass playing, at some point you are going to realize that you need to have a solid practice plan in place. Merely working on a random variety of exercises or picking up your bass arbitrarily between performances will not put you on the fast track to solid... »

  • Setting Yourself Up For Success In The Practice Shed (Part 1)

    Setting Yourself Up For Success In The Practice Shed (Part 1)

    If you are really serious about improving your bass playing, at some point you are going to realize that you need to have a solid practice plan in place. Merely working on a random variety of exercises or picking up your bass arbitrarily between performances will not put you on the fast track to solid... »