At some point or another, we ALL want to be able to play a kick-ass bass fills, right?...
The gag is, I see a LOT of players trying to pull them off, but unfortunately they end up sounding garbled (is that even a word, lol?), sloppy, and honestly, just like they're trying to "shoe-horn" a bass fill in without knowing what notes they should be using, or even makes a great bass fill.
If this sounds like you - don't worry, I've got an AWESOME trick that's going to get you playing bass fills... like the pro's do!
In this lesson you're going to learn:
- How to use the bass fill minimisation technique to get multiple bass fills from just one idea
- How to stop starting every bass fill you play on the same beat of the bar/measure (this is a VERY common mistake!)
- How pentatonic scales can be used to create great sounding bass fills
- And MUCH more...
Ready? Let's jump in!
As always, see you in the shed...