L361 Minor pentatonic rock bass exercise

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When using the pentatonic scale pentatonic scale (or any other scale for that matter) Its important to be able to quickly shift  between the two root positions – the low where the root note is on the E string and the high where the root note is on the A string

Im playing my 1964 Fender Jazz bass into a guitar patch on a Boss Je-10

 

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MarloweDK said,


April 20, 2014 @ 6:39 am

Hi Dave
Its a drum loop from the Boss Je-10 i think, i tend to mostly use loops , but drummachine sometimes too, there is a cheap app for iphone/ipad called “funkbox” thats fun too


davebgood said,


April 19, 2014 @ 8:20 pm

Dear Marlowe, Thank you so much for the inspiration you instil in me, your such a great bass player.If you would be so kind, could you recommended what drum machine you use, especially the one on L361 Minor Pentatonic Exercise. Thanks again Dave.


 

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