A simple 4 bar phrase
A simple 4 bar phrase with a rhythmic alteration
Today we are looking at opening our ears and hands to the chromatic scale but not just a simple chromatic scale. This “displaced” chromatic scale takes you over 3 octaves and really makes you think about where the notes are and where the fingerings are on your neck.
There are 4 Stages of Learning virtually anything and everything And they are:
Adding a six string bass to our examination of the C7(b5, b9) chord and how approach it in a variety of ways
Looking at the D Dorian Mode in thirds to articulate the chord tones.
Looking at the chord tones of the D Roman Mode
A close examination of the E Phyrgian Mode for 4 string Bass including a look at the E (sus4, b9) chord and arpeggio.
A further ok at the E Phrygian Mode for Six String Bass
Today’s video features the F Lydian Mode. The question becomes... How does Groucho Marx and Miles Davis fit into the Lydian Mode? Click on the link to find out!
Bringing the Lydian Mode into focus with a Six String Bass
Examinining the G Mixolydian Mode on a 4 string bass
Looking at the G Mixolydian Mode for the Six String Bass
Taking a look at the A Aeolian Mode on a 4 string bass and creating a. Couple of basslines to boot!
Today we finish our look at the A Aeolian Mode on the Six String . Bass...Basslines, Arpeggios, Chords et.al.
Wrapping up your examination of the modes, today we are looking at the B Locrian Mode for the 4 string bass. Included are exercises, chord development, basslines and improv, plus a little upright too!
Finishing our discussion on the Locrian Mode, this time with the Six String Bass. Chords, Arpeggios, Bassline construction, looking at the keyboard to create a chord.
A wrap-up of the 7 modes on a 4 string bass. This video includes all modes, their respective chords, basslines and my thoughts on how to the ink of them in 3rds.
Concepts for making your bass playing more successful in the new year. “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail!”
Reviewing all of the modes low on the neck which still gives you a lot of real estate to cover!
Looking at the C Melodic Minor Scale on a Six String Fretless bass. Creating a line, looking at the chord and its’ inversions plus, arpeggios of the Minor-Major 7th chord.
Taking a closer look at the Dorian b9 mode on the 4 string bass. Hearing the sound on the piano, playing the 5 note arpeggio, creating a bassline.
Concluding our exploration of the D Dorian b9 Mode on the six string bass. Looking at it as a V(sus) chord today and creating a bassline.
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