I write this lesson the week before Christmas and I have a present for you in the form of five live drum loops for your practice sessions.If you've followed any of my previous lessons, you'll know I give away a ...

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This is a simple method to make your bass lines lock with the drum kit. As an essential part of the rhythm section, syncing your groove with the drums is a non negotiable. One way of easily doing that is ...

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Mastering rhythms is essential if you want to become a good bass player. Sixteenth note rhythms (semiquavers) are found in loads of styles, especially funk and rock bass playing. Some of the coolest bass grooves contain them. In this lesson, ...

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In this bass guitar tutorial, you will learn how to play three different pentatonic bass lines in three different rhythmic feels.This bass lesson goes hand in hand with my last two lessons.These heavily feature rhythm - the life force of ...

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My last bass lesson took just four notes through seven different rhythms. Here's the lesson in case you missed it: ​7 ESSENTIAL Bass Guitar Rhythms​​​ This week, I thought I'd expand things a little. We're still using the same rhythms ...

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In this bass lesson we're going to perform a kind of musical alchemy by taking a single pattern and playing it in seven different rhythmic feels. The pattern is a very common and simple root - 5 - b7 - ...

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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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