L329 E6add9 bass chord with harmonics and lydian major lick

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E6add9 chord played with harmonics (from top B, F#, C#, G#, E )
This is a 5 string bass, so you get 4 harmonics and a fingered rootnote E on th B string. For 4 string bass just play the top 3 strings as harmonics (from top B, F#, C#) and play the open E string.
The lick is based on the E major lydian scale (E, F#, G#, A#, B, C#, D# ), but you can *think* F# mixolydian (same notes but starting on F#), that can help with the fingering

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MarloweDK said,


July 19, 2011 @ 7:39 am

Ha ha, Im on vacation myself and has the time and patience to do the “Lick” videos. Yes I like the fiver, and its the only bass Ive brought to the summerhouse;-)


soporific said,


July 18, 2011 @ 7:25 pm

Real considerate Mdk.. saving all your licks for the summer, so we can practise during our vacation:-)
btw.. hooked on the 5 string?


 

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