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Do you know how most people go about learning scales – specifically the pentatonic scale for bass?
The usual process is to go up and down the scales until the ‘stick’ – although that could take a long time.
This process – while it’s good for getting familiar with new scales – can actually be making you sound bland and robotic.
Well if that’s the only way you practice your scales, what do you think is going to come out whenever you start making your own bass lines, creating fills or taking solos?
If all you do is go up and down scales in isolation, you’ll probably do the exact same thing when you’re trying to make music.
Here’s the tricky part though – just going up and down scales isn’t very ‘musical’. It just sounds like an exercise and that something you don’t want when you’re playing music.
You can ‘hijack’ this scale-learning process though using the method in this video to make sure that you not only learn new scales and memorize them so they stick, but you’ll be able to play them fluidly all over your fretboard.
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Good luck with the lesson and happy playing!
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