When researching the players to feature in my new book 100 Rock Grooves for Electric Bass I wasn't surprised to see three power chord shapes in action.
However, there was one huge D shape used by Tool's Justin Chancellor that I hadn't come across.
It's amazing and it's in this week's lesson!
To learn more about rock bass playing (the tone, style, theory, fretboard patterns/shapes, and techniques) check out my rock bass book. It features bass lines in the style of the greatest rock bass players of all time.
It comes in PDF, kindle, and paperback formats.
More rock bass lessons:
- Play & Write A Monster ROCK BASS Riff
- Instant Rock Bass Riffs!
- What Bass Do You Need For Funk/Rock/Pop/ Blues/Jazz?
- How To Create A Bass Line (Rock Riffs)