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Modes Crash Course!!
#BASSNATION this is the 1 -2 punch, crash course into the modes! I have a full series inside the site going over each mode specifically including grooves with each…but this is a more simple breakdown of what the modes actually are. For full access and breakdowns of each mode individually start your free trial and really dig in with me! Enjoy this crash course and I hope it clears at least a few things up for you! Groove ON!
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8 thoughts on “Modes Crash Course!!”
Hey Daric, love this video! You really made it sound easy! ???
Wow.. I cant believe how easy you made this for me to understand.
Awesome Emanuel! ???
I never looked at the modes that way before. I actually understand them a lot better now.That was awesome.
Way cool even for a newbie 64yr old man just starting out. Would you consider putting some of this great enjoyable stuff into pdf notation/tab. Fun bass playing. MikeyG
Bro. Bennett,THANK YOU!!! You make everything less frightening, more fun and easier to grasp.Structurally, are the lesson levels in a particular format for someone who has to crawl before running? Love your style and the way you teach bruh.P.S. I think the bass clef would be cool in place of the B in your last name. Thanks.Zacerous
Hey Zacerous!!! That freaking awesome man! So glad I can help, my pleasure. So much more to come to make it even easier to learn! And I’ll keep that idea in mind?
Hey Daric, I am always fascinated with how sophisticated runs and choice of notes black gospel artists apply. What would you say are the most common things that make up their playing skills? would you say is a deeper understanding of applying the modes? or is there a huge jazz influence for most of their formative stages? I would like o understand how they build their styles. One such player is I know is Andrew Gauche , Maurice Fittzgerald and Fred Hammond.