This bass guitar metronome exercise will improve these areas of your bass playing: Accuracy Groove Sense of rhythm Feel Overall time feel It's a fantastic exercise for bass players! It's all to do with halving the BPM (scroll down for ...

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Subdividing the beat is absolutely the key to developing rock solid groove and impeccable timing on bass guitar.It's what we all want! This bass lesson will show you how to develop these important skills.Scroll down for the free PDF.How To ...

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In this bass guitar tutorial you will learn a simple daily process to tighten up your timing.Develop great feel, groove, and a solid sense of rhythm and your bass playing will sound awesome.Scroll down for the free PDF of the ...

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Rhythm is the life force of bass playing. If you play with good feel and solid timing, everyone in the band and audience will love your playing.Us bass players are mostly concerned with using simple basic rhythms.However, occasionally, you might want ...

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Here's a challenging bass rhythm exercise for you.But first, let's make a few things clear: Your study of rhythm, groove, feel, and time will define how good you are as a bassist. A bass player who can play simple notes that sound ...

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There's no better way to practise bass than by throwing yourself in at the deep end. Short of getting up on stage with a band, a good backing track will get you into shape in no time. This lesson features ...

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I would say that in no particular order, timing, taste, tone, and technique are the most important elements of bass playing to master. Good bass players play with solid time-feel and sensitivity to the groove. These qualities are what people ...

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I'm a huge fan of anything that makes practice easier, more enjoyable and gives a huge return on a relatively low investment. This exercise is one that ticks all the boxes. If you want to improve on the following, then ...

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One of the big areas to grasp if you want to be a great bass player is your command of rhythm. Groove, feel, and timing are the elements that combine to make your playing sound in time and in the ...

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Locking your bass line to the kick drum is a really good way of getting your bass lines to groove and to make a song sound tight. This video lesson goes through three drumbeats and how you can approach making ...

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