In a previous bass lesson, I gave some bass practice tips on goal setting that guarantee musical growth in a short period of time.
Goals are great, however if you don’t have a clear vision of what you are setting these goals for, you could end up wasting a whole lot of time.
There are two types bass practice. And knowing the difference between these types of bass practice, is the key to a more direct and focused bass practice. Knowing these two types of bass practice tells you what goals you need to set and what weaknesses you need to focus on.
After all, with family, friends, pets, bills, and other excess drama in our lives, we most likely don’t have a lot of time in our day. As much as we want to become a master of everything in this world, our time is better spent with focus. There is an old saying, “Jack of all trades, master of nothing.”
So, learn the two types of bass practice, decide which type of bass practice you need to focus on for your life situation, and begin your journey toward a path of accelerated learning.