Bass groove demonstration – how to jam

FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites Before a rehearsal with our fusion band (trio bravo + 1) we just started to jam Drums started, i fell in with a simple bassline D minor ( sometimes Major) to C Major and it later evolves to a D minor 251 Notice how the bass line changes with the drums Im playing my old 1971 Fender Jazz bass strung with Dunlop nickel strings gauge 45-105, over a old Hartke amp with a 4x10 Peavey cabinet

MarloweDK said,

December 29, 2013 @ 2:02 am

Hi Cliff, you didnt have to do that, but thank you:-)

CliffNel said,

December 28, 2013 @ 6:26 am

hello marlowe!!!! have sent you a small gift in appreciation of all the bass tutorials, wishing you the best of the festive season and a happy and blessed new year…..cheers!!! cliff (dubai)

W. J. WRIGHT said,

November 2, 2013 @ 10:47 pm

I like your lessons on slap, funk, groove and others. I have add and dyslexia, so it is hard for me to follow along on vides. I must be able to see tabs to understand what you are doing. If you would talk each note as you play your slow explanation it would help also. Thanks I am having a ball with your other lessons. I like the open string slap L365 can you put it in tab for me.


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