How to Practice with a Metronome – Bass Guitar Lessons – Daric Bennett Bass Lessons

*** Hey Guys, If you don’t like using your phone,
Here’s a great metronome/tuner combo I’ve used in the past

#BASSNATION – we are bassists – timing is everything! If you are in the shed, it’s super important to be practicing with a metronome, when you are jamming or doing your exercises. It’s very important to train your brain to stay and play consistently and in time!

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***Here’s links to some of the gear used***

Squier Jaguar Bass

Dunlop Bass Strings

Recording Gear:
Gallien Krueger Plex Preamp

Basses Used:
Elrick Basses





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  1. Thanks Daric, getting back into the Bass after I gave up on it years ago as a teenager. I am now more determined to learn this instrument as I have gotten older and more disciplined. Thanks for the metronome instructions I use it whenever I practice.

  2. موفيد جدن

  3. Kelvin McKay-Hill

    Thanks Daric, this one helped me so much with recording thank you

  4. Awesome as usual

  5. man im sorry if you've answered this lots but do you think I should start on 4 or 5 string bass? I have small hands and and I think the weight of a 5 string may be an issue, what you think?

  6. Thanks great lesson idea thumbs up

  7. Hey man i loved the idea, but i do think the explanation was a little off. If i should suggest anything it would be to first show, the point you're trying to make. which means play the 16th notes then the 16th over the 8th notes click and then the 16th notes over the quarter click. After you have done that, break it down and do your explanation, it gives a better understanding on why this way of practice works and what benefit will come out of it. Cause i do agree with you it is an AMAZING way to learn and practice time. Hope what i ment makes sense? 🙂 cheers

  8. Hey Daric, awesome working from sixteenth notes to quarter notes. Never thought of that! Makes very good sense.

  9. Great lesson. Love the fender Jaguar Bass too!

  10. Great lesson bruh

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