Stir It Up Bass Lesson – Bob Marley – For Intermediate and Beginner

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Buffalo Soldier

Three Little Birds

One Love, One Heart (People Get Ready)

Stir it Up

Other Bass Lessons

Welcome to Jamrock – Damian Marley

Principles of Playing Reggae P1 – Major and Minor Triads – L#3

Principles of Playing Reggae P2 – I IV V Chord/Triad Progression – L#3

Major and Minor Scales – L#2

Very First Bass Lesson P1 – Right Hand Technique – L#1

Very First Bass Lesson P2 – Speed and Strength – Chromatic Scale – L#1

Very First Bass Lesson P3 – Minor Pentatonic Scale – L#1

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  1. please make lesson song could you be love.thank you

  2. I think you should flatten the D because it sounds wrong

  3. guitarrerobrasileiro

    Hi. This version is a different the version that you recorded in other video that you play this line complete with original version.
    You usually the note F# before a note E in the chord E7 major and in your other video you play note D before E.
    Thank you so much. I made this comentary to colaborated, ok?
    So long.

  4. do you know the song by red hot chilly peppers suck my kiss? can you teach me the break down ..the notes and how to play them? your the only on I found that breaks the song and explains them correctly I need your help

  5. Can you play "woman by John lennon

  6. ty man very good jobs

  7. U DA MAN

  8. Any more videos please do helpful

  9. Hi I Really like your videos,especially the lessons. Hope you can post some more song tutorials soon. I can now play Jammin and Stir it up. I have only been playing for eight months so your lessons have been a great help. Thank you. James.

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