Master the ENTIRE bass neck with only 3 SIMPLE exercises

in Improvisation

The pentatonic scale is awesome.

It’s the easiest way to learn how to improvise and there isn’t a bass player on earth that doesn’t use it, BUT… Do you ever feel like you’re playing the same things over and over?

In today’s lesson I’m going to show you some of my best pentatonic scale exercises to help you master the ENTIRE bass neck, so you can break free from the same old shapes that you’ve probably been using for way too long.

In this lesson you’re going to learn:

  • Extended pentatonic scales.
  • My five essential pentatonic shapes.
  • All about two string groupings.
  • And why you should be focusing on them.

As always, see you in the shed…

Scott :)

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