Probably my favourite way to learn the bass guitar. You'll learn so much by playing basslines and it's fun, isn't it? Here are a load of basslines to learn. In these lessons, I'll show you how patterns, theory, fretboard knowledge, and all that other good stuff relates.
Bass ‘Double Stops’ – What Are They & How To Use Them
Double stops on bass guitar can be used to outline harmony, and to create awesome fills and bass lines. This video explains the shapes you need to know and how to use double stops in your bass playing. Scroll down for a PDF of common bass guitar double stop shapes. Bass Guitar Double Stops In SongsThe intro
How To Play Don’t Give Up, TONY LEVIN (Breakdown & Lesson)
Don’t Give Up is one of a host of incredible bass lines played by Tony Levin on Peter Gabriel’s work of art; So. I recommend giving the entire album a listen and then digging into Levin’s discography. Tone, taste, timing: the man has the lot! This lesson shows you how to play the iconic verse bass
Try This! Beautiful Bass Solo Chord Progression
I wanted to come up with something that got my brain and fingers moving in different ways and came up with this. I think you’ll like it. Key CentreThe chord progression is AMaj7/CMaj7/BMaj7/DMaj7. These chords are not linked to a common key centre so four different scales need to be played over them. The good news
Improvise Flowing Bass Lines On The Spot!
There aren’t that many things you need to know to make up bass lines with ease. Learn exactly what they are in this video lesson. Chords From A ScaleOne thing you have to know is how to harmonise a scale. Check these videos out: Important Bass Guitar ScalesNote selection is all about knowing what scales
Breaking Down PENTATONIC Bass Fills
The pentatonic scale is a five note wonder of music used by bass players in hundreds of amazing bass lines, fills, and solos. In this video I break a few fills down for you so you can see how you can use them in your playing. For a full rundown on the major and minor pentatonic
Harmonising The Natural Minor Scale: Play Bass Lines, Chords & Solos!
Harmonise a scale into modes, triads, arpeggios, and chords and you have everything you need to make a life time’s worth of music. That’s no exaggeration. This stuff is very much in the lightbulb moment category so watch this lesson over and over again until you understand! The scale used in the video is relative to