F# Pentatonic fingerstyle groove FP01

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F# Pentatonic groove, using hammerons and muted notes.


lowstrung said,


October 24, 2009 @ 6:53 am

brilliant job and site
Close to fifties and still learning bass(music)!


casimer said,


October 21, 2009 @ 12:35 pm

Hi, thanks for the comment, glad you’re into the grooves. There’s one bit where there’s a walk-up from the low E, with a passing note of F, but the changes of place on the neck are to different positions of F# Pentatonic, utilizing those notes throughout.


honumana said,


October 20, 2009 @ 11:13 pm

Wow your one of the very coolest bass players on youtube, but does this bassline jump to a different key going to F instead of F# at one point?


gradim said,


October 14, 2009 @ 5:43 pm

Hi Casimer!

Great groove, very inspiring and great tone.

Paulo Gradim – Portugal


casimer said,


October 14, 2009 @ 1:37 pm

Hi, thanks for the comment, praise indeed! I’m glad that you’re finding the posts inspirational, that means the lessons are useful. I’ve got more videos uploaded to youtube, (the link’s on my profile page here) and they’ll be more coming on Marlowe’s site soon.

In terms of developing style, I’ll make a post that talks about some of my influences and development.

Cheers


KUZI1992 said,


October 14, 2009 @ 6:03 am

Hey Casimer!
I have been watching your videos a lot since you came as a guest teacher, and i find your style really inspiring for me. It seems like you have everything i’m trying to achieve on the bass! You are absolutly phenomenal!I have also been impressed of what you wrote! Is there any way i could see more videos, or lessons about how you developed your unique style?


 

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