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Think Outside of the Box While Grooving
#BASSNATION want to head outside of the box with me?? In this groove I’ll be mixing a D minor groove with some C major runs and fills. I’ll talk about how, where, and why to apply the C major scale as well as where to start and stop the runs and why this works! It’s an essential practice technique you should get into your playing. It’s all about fretboard navigation, movin’ and groovin’! Grab your bass and dig in with me!
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3 thoughts on “Think Outside of the Box While Grooving”
Brother I had no idea one man could own that many bass’s…awesome idea on changing things up while playing
Hey Daric, sounds like you were playing in C
Hey! Technically I am in the key of C Major but since I’m using the “D” as my tonic note of the Dorian scale which is the second mode of C major. So if this was written out in sheet music the key signature would be C Major (no sharps or flats)