Killer Bass Exercise to Build Your Technique, Fluidity and Harmony Chops // Scott’s Bass Lessons

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In this lesson I’m going to show you one of my all time favourite technique exercises, deconstruct it piece by piece and also show you how you can apply it within your solo lines.

The great thing about this exercise is that not only does it really push your string crossing techniques to the limit – but by mastering it you will also learn all of the arpeggios that are within the major scale, all in one fingering position!

This exercise is great for your technique, your string crossing, and your harmony chops too. Three birds with one stone!

Ooo… and make sure you watch it to the end, as I also show you how you can take this exercise and start applying it to your solo lines too – it’s super fun.

As always, see you in the shed…

Scott 🙂

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