L138 Amaj7 chord/scale lick

FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites

Amaj7 chord/scale lick starting with an ascending Amaj9 arpeggio starting on the third (with a chromatic lead in note), thus forming a C#m7 arpeggio. Rest of lick uses the A major scale (with chromatic leadin note up to the third).

Did you like this?

If so, please bookmark it,
tell a friend
about it.

randal1 said,

May 26, 2011 @ 2:53 am

going back from L1- L250. this one is LEGIT! very cool

Ali92 said,

January 9, 2009 @ 2:00 pm

reminds me of a victor wooten piece, nice!!

dagovna659 said,

September 9, 2008 @ 11:21 am

Hi MarloweDK,
I’m in the USA,and i’ve been playing bass for 2 years. I’m 50 years young and your site has helped me tremendously. some of my friends laugh at the fact that im seriously trying to learn how to play. i just ignore them and keep it moving.
i have 3 basses (stingray5,spector6,ibanez roadstar4 (paid $35 at yard sale)). i find it very easy to pick up the basslines in the songs from the 70′s,80′s,90′s. my problem is i play soo long that my fingers start to swell how can i avoid that. any help please.
may the devil always be behind u
and may he never catch up to u peace

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Subscribe via RSS



117 Users Online
Users: dirac, Oxys, fanatiC, pianomen, BassMan49, jnuzzo27, 108 Guests, 3 Bots

Most recent posts

Shout box

Previous Next All
Latest on Mon, 19:48

pudsy440: has any other member here noticed that playbassnow loads faster than it used to?? I'm finding it much faster lately, I haven't changed anything computer wise. Just curious. :)

MarloweDK: Well, i use different fx depending on the gig,and sometimes nothing at all. You can get far with just a octaver and autowah. Maybe add a fuzz/distortion of some kind

niftywiz: Sir..plz advice me a Effects processor for Live performance.

Mr Tibbs: WAZZUP Marlowe DK, Awesome Job with Larry Graham and the others...Keep Doin Your Thing Brutha!!!:-)

brainlock1: Hey Marlowedk, I don't know how I missed the Larry Graham meeting that you had back earlier in the year, (both the interview and actually playing his bass onstage) but I just wanted to say congratulations! I could see how much respect he has for you and what an honor it was to see that come to fruition! Thanks for all you do... Cheers. Bryan in Kentucky

MarloweDK: Finn: Its hard to find good Band in a box patterns, i usually just use the "Funk 70s style". Ill think about tutorials. In the mean time guest teacher Paul Wolfe has done some

soporific: Thnx @jazzperdk. That's an amazing video and Mr DK is the main basscat:-)

Finn: Hey Thomas, I just downloaded Band in a Box, and I'm having a little trouble making a good backing track, could you possibly do a tutorial, or maybe link me one that you found helpful? I also had some questions regarding tetrachords, is there a way I could message you about them? Thanks, Finn

Rain-baud: Sébu's still working on his website, this url works better (the first one is a dead link now) http://www.bassistik.com/index.html

Rain-baud: SEBU's website !! for french spoken bassists, beginner's lessons here http://www.bassistik.com/les-bases.html

Log in to post a comment.

Playbassnow.com now has more than 26.000 subscribers! Display Pagerank