Fingerstyle, slap, and plectrum are the most common bass guitar techniques. There are loads of other though and perhaps the most remarkable is Bernard Edwards' 'chucking' technique. It involves using your fingers like a plectrum and it creates impossibly funky ...

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This video lesson goes through what you get in my free ebook and how you can use the info in your playing and practice. This book contains things that you can use over and over again so download it here ...

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Musical sounding exercises are one of the best ways to practise. If it sounds good to your ear, you're more likely to whip out your bass and start playing. We all know that consistent practice is the number one way ...

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I learnt this collection of notes over 25 years ago and I still make music from it every day. This is an exercise for bass that you can use to make your own basslines up, improvise, and compose. It is ...

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This video is a step by step walkthrough of a bass line using hammer ons, pull offs, sixteenth note triplets and a plectrum. The key to playing this fast is to take small sections of the line and slow it ...

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When you first start out playing the bass guitar, your technique will be the biggest barrier to playing the lines you want to play. It's essential you work hard on getting your basic fingerstyle technique down.Check out this lesson to ...

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This is my first book with Fundamental Changes; a wonderful publishing company specialising in music tuition books on many instruments. Growing up playing a few different instruments, I was always more likely to play anything that sounded musical to my ...

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 DownloadDownload lesson as PDFRelated LessonsBass Guitar Fingerstyle Technique: Left And Right Hand ChecklistBass Guitar Technique: Easy But Useful Single S​​tring Exercise ...

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​ DownloadDownload lesson as PDFRelated LessonsBass Guitar Fingerstyle Technique: Left And Right Hand ChecklistBass Guitar Technique: Slap Exe​​rcise ...

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Groove, timing and feel is arguably the most important part of bass playing. If your sense of rhythm and groove is strong, you have the tools most of your fellow musicians are looking for in a bass player. You will ...

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