Another concept to consider is that the world of online bass learning is geared towards a fragmented hodge podge of various teachers and concepts to offer a plethora of varied methods. That is okay to get some specific ideas or techniques once you have a great bass education to begin with, but it is a poor way to approach learning the bass for anyone who is serious about acquiring the kind of knowledge that the professional players understand.
A DVD versus online bass means that you always have unlimited access to your bass lessons once paid for. Either the one time fee needs to be paid again to retake an online bass lesson, or you only have access as long as you maintain the subscription. Your internet service must be working properly and the particular service that you are accessing needs to be functioning properly. Bass software on the other hand that you can run on your computer, is always accessible and you have it at your fingertips, anytime you desire.
In our world of instant, fast, no effort, cheap, "getting something for nothing" mindset, we have been programmed by the marketers especially with the online bass world with the false idea that they are doing something for you, because they care, are cheap, and easy. But there is much intelligent design behind the real goal, which is to get adverting revenues off a site that gives lessons, so the advertisers can be shown that there is traffic to get their ad dollars. They have to throw lots stuff up to do that. The goal to promote other products, magazines, artists and their music cds, link portals to various retailers, etc. all are a major reason for many online bass learning sites. What's wrong with that? Nothing, except for the fact that the goal is something other than what you think it is, the best bass education system for you to learn with.
Remember, with online bass lessons you have a smorgasbord of various ideas and concepts from various teachers as opposed to a fully cohesive instruction system that Bass Magic Evolution offers.