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Step Up Your Bass Fill Game!!
#BASSNATION in this week’s lesson I’ll be showing you some cool examples of how to spice up your bass lines with simple fills and tricks! Something as simple as doubling up the first note of a fill, or starting on a different note with each fill can really help to give you a unique sound. Grab your bass and dig in with me on this one. Make sure to take this lesson at your own pace – make sure your notes are coming out clean, clear and precise!
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13 thoughts on “Step Up Your Bass Fill Game!!”
Very cool! I am an active session player and was looking for some lessons to get my juices flowing. Thanks!
Thanks Daric; I was so tired of my same old pentatonic fill. I actually learned a new one from the bass of yours by mistake lol…
Hi any way to get this in tablature form. I’m a lefty beginner. (Still trying to learn my fretboard) but I can play this all day long in tablature.😎
🙂 Absolutely I’ll let you know when it’s available!
Thanks so much Deric🤗🤗
Hey! Notation should be available now! Check it out and try it out!
Hey my friend,
Can you please tell me what is that scale?
I’m Using the C# minor pentatonic scale
It means I can be using C# aeolian scale and E major Ionian. Is that correct? 🙂
The minor pentatonic scale can be associated with several modes. So you have to be careful and identifying which one will work. But to answer your question, the C-sharp Aeolian scale does work with the E major scale. I’ll explain this a little more in a video form