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If you been following my bass lessons for a while you’ll be well aware that I try and tell you exactly what to do to take your bass playing to the next level – and beyond.
I’ve shown you licks, vocabulary exercises, technique workouts…
I’ve talked about grooves, soloing, and even how to get great gigs!
But, up until now I’ve never created a lesson that focuses on what NOT to do — so thought it was about time.
In this lesson I’m going to highlight 6 super common mistakes I see bass players making all the time.
Don’t be fooled, these mistakes aren’t just made by beginners – many of them are also made by bassists that have been playing for years. In fact, in my experience many bad habits are more engrained within a player that’s been playing for years vs someone who’s only been playing for a matter of months.
As with all bad habits, they are fixable. In some cases it’s more of an awareness issue, and simply knowing that you should be mindful of something is enough. In other cases that are more technique based, it can be trickier as you need to reprogram the old movements you’ve been making until you engrain the new ones. In that case, just start slow and be patient – it can be done, you’ll just need to dig in a little 😉
As always, see you in the shed…
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