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17 thoughts on “Extended Arpeggio Exercise”
where’s the full lesson of this extended arpeggio exercise?
hey! sorry about that, try to refresh the page, it should be available.
Hey Daric that’s a great exercise! Is there a book with like exercises (Advanced level) that I can purchase?
Hey Gerald, Thanks! This particular exercise is actually derived from one of Jaco Pastorius books you can purchase that book here ▶︎ https://amzn.to/2vG1AxP
I’ll also be providing you guys with a collection of exercises or ebooks that will showcase a lot of my personal exercises that you see here, stay tuned 😉
I’m a lefty, can I get tab for this lesson. Really cool seeing you play a squire bass 🤪
Pdf should be available now
You set me up bro!!! Here I thought I was just only practicing two, really cool, arpeggios.. However, these two work well Together in terms of soloing in the key of Gm; well at least I thought it did! Descending on the G# and landing on its second note puts me a G minor’s relative major. Real cool man. This lesson unlocked something for me!!
Yes yes yes!!! So glad you connected the dots. Most of these exercises are so versatile in real playing situations!
Hey Daric, I’ve just signed up really enjoying the lessons. I’ve just been trying to work out how you’ve played to your click, since it’s in 6/8 are you playing 3 beats to every click in each bar or are you playing regular 16ths ie 4 notes per click? Cheers 🙂
Great question, in this example the metronome is just playing a steady click but I’m playing 4 notes per click. Good observation and welcome to the bass nation!
Fantastic I’ll have another go at this. Thank you and stay safe.
Any courses on the extended scale?
Gotcha! Thanks! Can’t wait for more detail!