Groove/Feel/Timing
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Improve Your Groove

2 Lessons Easy

About this course

The very best way to learn is to listen to the greats and learn to play their bass lines. To get you used to what ‘different feels’ actually means here are a few examples with some further listening for each style.

8th Note Rock

8th-note-rock-bass-guitar

Check out: Basket Case - Green Day, Rolling In the Deep - Adele (not rock but definitely 8th note feel).

16th Note Funk

16th-Note-Funk-Bass-Guitar

Check out: Come On, Come Over - Jaco Pastorius, What Is Hip? - Tower Of Power.

Swing Jazz

Swing-Jazz-Bass-Guitar

Check out: So What - Miles Davis, All Of Me - Michael Bublé.

12 Bar Blues Shuffle

12-Bar-Blues-Bass-Guitar

Check out: Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan, Stumble - Freddie King.

6/8 Pop

6_8-Pop-Bass-Guitar

Course Structure

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5 Examples Of Different Feels

A lesson on rock, jazz, funk, blues, and pop styles in different feels (learn what that means too...).

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7 Metronome Exercises

Make the metronome your best friend and learn how to work on your timing and groove.

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