This bass guitar video tutorial is under twenty minutes long.In that short time, you'll learn how to use the following to create great bass lines, fills, and solos:Scales (major, minor, pentatonic)TriadsArpeggiosChordsRhythmsScroll down for the free backing track and PDF.For loads ...

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The problem with music theory is that it seems boring. It also looks boring when you read about it and names such as 'B Phrygian' don't help!But, look past that stuff and there's pure magic to be found within.Chord/scale relationships sound ...

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When you play bass for a while and you get into music theory and start to love it, you find yourself acquiring favourite modes or scales.Or is that just me??You then play those scales and modes (which are really just ...

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I've already produced a few harmony lessons: ​Harmonic Minor Harmonised Arpeggios For Bass Guitar​​​ ​Bass Guitar Music Theory: The 7 Arpeggios From C Major​​​ ​Harmonising The Natural Minor Scale: Play Bass Lines, Chords & Solos!​​​ Since music is made up ...

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Understanding harmony is absolutely essential for all bass players.This bass guitar tutorial will teach you about the arpeggios built from the harmonic minor scale.That's a relatively unusual scale and I'd definitely recommend you look at my major and natural minor ...

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A triad is formed when you take the first, third, and fifth notes of a scale. A triad is formed by playing the first, third, and fifth notes of a scale.It's that simple and yet so many bass lines are constructed ...

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Music theory is the key to understanding how bass lines, fills, and solos work. This bass tutorial is all about showing you some simple music theory ideas that you can use to make music. You'll also be working on your ear ...

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Music theory is the study of the nuts and bolts of music. Quite simply, learn how music works and you can unlock a whole world of creativity.The problem is that it's often taught in a very boring manner with no ...

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Modes confuse musicians. I should know because they terrorised me for years but once I got a handle on them, they changed how I saw music. They really are everywhere when it comes to bass playing and they're actually easy ...

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Perhaps it's because I'm a simple man but the pentatonic scale is my favourite.As a professional bass player, I've probably earned the most money from playing this humble scale!In this bass tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create ...

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