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“Minor Scales On Bass – Which Ones Should I Use?”

Aeolian, Dorian, Phyrgian, Locrian, Melodic Minor, Harmonic Minor – there are so many options when it comes to minor scales on bass. Which ones should you use? And more importantly – WHY? This can be an endlessly confusing and frustrating question if you’re just starting out. Even if you do understand how the modes work, […]

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How And Where To Use The Modes On Bass

If you’ve checked out the previous lesson all about how to play the modes on bass, you would have learned how the modes work and that they’re all related. But what now? You might be wondering, “If the modes are all the same set of notes, why bother with them at all? Won’t everything just […]

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Finally – Bass Modes Explained (In Simple Terms)

Bass Modes When I was first starting out, one of the biggest hurdles for me was starting to learn the modes on bass. People could kind of explain them to me – they kind of made sense, I could see the shapes – but it was still confusing. Some people even told me not to […]

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The Formula For Creating Major Scales On Bass

Last lesson, we talked all about how you don’t necessarily need to know all of the individual notes of each major scale. Instead, you took one shape and plugged it in all over your bass. This is fantastic because it lets you play all 12 major scales without much thought. However, the shape method doesn’t […]

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The Easiest Way To Learn The Major Scale For Bass

The major scale is everywhere – there’s no way of avoiding it. That also makes it one of the most useful sounds to know and to be able to play. Not only is it useful by itself, but from the major scale you can also make chords and the ‘modes‘ of the major scale. Most […]

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