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In today’s video lesson we’ll tackle two questions I folks hit me up with all the time…
The first is about getting more control of the entire width of the fretboard and being able to play more comfortably in different areas…
…And the second is about what are some of the most useful “scales” a beginner needs to know to get playing fast.
Now while it’s true (and in my opinion perfectly ok) that you can get started playing without knowing any scales at all, I understand where the question is coming from.
Incidentally I have a ton of very cool tricks I can teach folks like yourself that’ll quickly give you more and more fretboard fluency (as I call it) but today I want to cover one simple exercise that ties together answers for both questions!
We’ll be looking at what is easily one of the most popularly used scales in almost any form of music, as well as how to break it into digestible pieces that allow you to make it all across the fretboard like a boss…
Go grab your bass (and a metronome if you have one) and let’s get down to it.
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