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BEGINNERS COURSE – Part 11 – Learn scales in different positions

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    Hey Daric. I have a question about practicing I tend to want to move on to the next lesson cuz I think I can do you think if I stick with one thing should it be okay when you can play the scale 16th beats and clean. or until you play it a thousand times then move on to the lesson. In other words how do you know that you’re ready to move on to the next lesson?

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    • Daric Bennett
      Daric Bennett

      Both! I’m a firm believer in always implementing all exercises into my practice routine. So even if you get comfortable with it you can still move on but just don’t forget to continue to utilize these exercises in your practice routine

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      • Everetta Harper
        Everetta Harper

        I started in 1988 that’s when I brought my bass and I didn’t really keep practicing being a “alto”singing was more my thing after I stopped playing drums – I’ve had my bass sitting and my cousin to motivate me more * recently changed my neck, knobs and put new strings on it – to answer your question I would say to be honest; since 2020 started – so I decided to really learn it this time around – I was on You tube saw one of your videos – cause I was searching for where to start practicing – I know so so Many bass players being a “church rat “ but all of them are to “busy” to kinda “help” Thank God for you – now I can learn!

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    • Daric Bennett
      Daric Bennett

      Hey Kai! There are some 5 string lessons just not as many as 4 string lessons because of where the foundation lies. But there will definitely be more lessons near future dedicated to the 5 string. Just keep in mind that you’ll be applying the same principle to the 5 the same you would with a 4 😎

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      • Kai

        I’ve been practicing your lessons here and to the beginning pretty religiously, so oddly enough, making the correction doesn’t feel that weird. I feel a bit accomplished.

        I promise this doesn’t have anything to do with me miss-fingering that note, just coincidence. But have you ever thought about a go-pro specifically for odd fingerings for that first person view of the fret board? It was an idea when I joined, just didn’t know how to ask. Might not work, but whatever the case no need to let me know. Just thanks for letting me know about the future topics and for the awesome lessons!

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