L320 Legato minor pentatonic bass lick

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Its a good idea to practice your lines in a more legato manner – using left hand  hammerons, pulloffs and slides, instead of picking all the notes with your right hand. You can play some really fast and fluid lines – in a more guitaristic way.
The example is done using fingerstyle, but try it with slap too

Download transcription / TAB here

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PMunk said,


April 19, 2011 @ 12:18 am

cant quite keep the flavor when I pick up the tempo, but I love this groove. It will sound sweet in a few days of practicing.Funny, the hardest part for me is the little trill at the end. Thanks for a great lick!


 

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