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How To Use The Minor 6 Diminished Scale To Create Movement In Your Bass Solos

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So you want to learn how to create movement in your bass solos? Well in this video, I’ve got 3 ways you can start adding movement to your bass solos today, using the Minor 6 Diminished Scale.

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Learn How to Improvise Over Chord Changes on Bass Quickly

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  So you want to learn how to improvise over chord changes? Well in this video, I’ve got a way for improvising over chord changes today, that comes with 3 promises.

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How Chords Can Make Your 4 String Bass Sound Big

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Incorporating chords on a 4 string bass can be challenging. Often, you’ll find many bass players resort to spending the big bucks on a 5 string bass or 6 string bass. It is true that playing chords on a bass with more than 4 strings opens the door to infinite possibility of lush wide-spaced chord voicings.…

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Spark Your Bass Intros With Cycles Of Note Groupings

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Cycles of note groupings force the listener’s ear to focus on resolution points. Here is a simple application of a cycle of note groupings, used to create movement in a bass intro.

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Develop Your Shout Walking Bass Feel

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Being able to play an effective shout walking bass line can be really fun and challenging at the same time. Here are 3 basic nuances that will make your shout walking bass line feel really good!

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