Hotel California by Eagles is an iconic bass line. Most of it is made up from the simplest of notes - a root, 5th, and octave. How can something so simple sound so good?? I think the answer lies, in ...

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To this day, my most popular video by far on YouTube is my Everybody Dance bass tutorial: Learn The Everybody Dance Bass Guitar Riff (Bernard Edwards – CHIC)The guy who played bass on that song is an all time great of ...

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I don't usually do bass covers but a company called Tomplay reached out to me a while ago and I only just got round to checking it out. It's good! You get a decent backing track and then the notation/TAB ...

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This bass tutorial contains a simple yet powerful message: Only a few patterns are found in hundreds of different bass lines. Learn a few and you will improve your ability to memorise and pick out these bass lines by ear. ...

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One of the greatest bass solos of all time was played by James Brown's bassist Jimmy Lee Moore. It's incredible in its simplicity, tone, note choice, and in the way Moore articulates the notes.In fact, those expressive techniques are one ...

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In this lesson I'm going to teach you how to play the following famous bass lines:02:22 What's The Use - Mac Miller03:55 The Chain - Fleetwood Mac05:05 Locked Out Of Heaven - Bruno Mars06:48 Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson08:09 Feel ...

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Here are the nine famous bass lines you'll learn in this bass tutorial. They all use the incredibly useful Major Pentatonic scale.01:25 Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder04:50 Sledgehammer - Peter Gabriel07:01 Knock On Wood - Eddie Floyd08:25 Sweet Home Chicago ...

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This lesson follows on from Learn 11 Amazing Minor Pentatonic Bass Lines.Learn songs, strengthen your ear, and get some music theory under your belt at the same time!Here is the song list with time stamps on where they appear in the ...

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Once you can make meaningful connections between abstract ideas and real music, the magic starts. In this lesson, I'll show you how the following famous bass lines all use the same scale: the minor pentatonic.Here are the bass lines in ...

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What's the best way to learn bass I hear you ask?In my opinion, there's no better way than to learn directly from the greatest players in history, across a variety of styles.When you do this, you learn how to use ...

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