Published April 20, in Licks. Last week I published a short video over on YouTube of me jamming along with a groove using the drum machine we're about to launch inside ScottsBassLessons for our members I've been publishing videos on YouTube for 7 years - and this one lick is the one I've been asked about the most. Obviously, I knew I needed to film a quick lesson for you so you can get this lick into your own toolkit
You need to know the root note of the next chord or pattern. Just before you are due to play said root note, you approach it by playing two frets lower on the same string, e. Complete with your own PDF which is downloadable below. This is such an awesome tune! If you want […].
Be sure to grab the backing drum track for playing along at full speed. This is also great for practicing slides and hammer-ons. The fills are mostly Pentatonic, with added flat 3rd B? The backing track is a one chord G7 vamp, but you can transpose it and use it in many blues The A7?
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