Bass Road is a website where you can improve your bass guitar skills and musicality with help of online courses, lessons and resources.

Bass Road was founded by Bogdan Radovic (pro bassist & online educator) in 2020 with headquarters in Belgrade. This is a family-run business.

My mission is to make learning bass online motivating and easy. I want you to have fun while learning. The courses and resources are tailored specifically so that you can get the most out of your available practice time, going through a clear learning path.

I’m Bogdan

I’ve been playing and teaching bass online since 2007. What can I tell you about myself, well… I’m a bass and tech geek. I was stuck for hours upon hours in the woodshed exploring available bass instructional materials, trying to learn this beautiful instrument – and you know what?

This journey never ends, but it’s so worth it!

It begins when I was a kid dreaming of becoming a musician one day. All the kids in the grade school where looking at me weird because I was obsessed with a band called The Beatles.

In high school, I started playing bass with live bands and my life has changed forever.

I’ve been teaching for a long time now, and although I did have offline students – that was never my thing.

I love technology and computers, so I was always looking for ways to optimize teaching bass online (even in the days of VGA cameras and the dawn of the internet).

My goal was to make learning bass online the ultimate instructional experience.

Oh yes, I’m so nostalgic for the 80s/90s culture. I own a pinball machine, play arcade games and I love aviation.

I’ve seen Iron Maiden play live concerts three times and I’m a huge Red Hot Chili Peppers fan too.

You can expect to see me all the time hanging around this site.

4 FUN FACTS You didn’t know about ME


80s/90s Nostalgia

I’m crazy about arcade games, pinball machines and Sci-Fi movies.

Aviation Geek

I love to Flight Sim in VR, exploring new places in the world every night.


I’m an avid gamer on both PC and consoles. My favourite game is Age of Empires 2.


I know a thing or two about web development which helps me make this site awesome!


Bass Courses, Lessons and Helpful Materials

As a Bass Road member, you’ll get access to lessons, courses, resources and articles that will help you become a better player.

Bass Membership That Inspires

No fluff, no boring talk – just pure bass lessons that go straight to the point.

No need to spend hours browsing the interwebs, being bombarded with unreliable information.

Bass Road membership gives you access to curated, high-quality learning materials that will get you the results you’re looking for.

Beyond The Lessons

Bass Road is not just about teaching you how to play the bass. There are so many options out there for just that.

What you’ll learn along your journey is how to think like a bass player.

You’ll become that bass geek that has his secret resource where he’s being inspired daily to practice. We’re all here for the journey (and music!).

Perfect for absolute beginners

Bass Road is an exclusive resource for beginner to intermediate players.

You’ll start with a course Bass Guitar 101 and work your way up to become a confident intermediate bass player.

Everyone learns at their own pace and for their own purpose. Be it becoming a bedroom bassist, playing live gigs in local clubs, or shooting youtube bass videos.

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In-depth courses & training

Access ever growing courses and bass training materials library. Ask questions and get feedback on your playing.

Exclusive member-only opportunities

Go beyond lessons and courses. Record bass videos & get feedback. Need that extra push? Take part in bass assignments.

Access all bass learning resources available on site as part of your membership & get discounts for future live workshops, concerts etc.

Need Motivation?

Staying inspired to pick up bass regularly is not an easy task.

Bass Road is here to help you with that, with a truly fun experience and activities you can take part in.

You’ll be perfectly aware of the progress you’re making on the instrument.