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Note: This lesson is taken from the “Masterclass in Time and Groove Development” course, which is available in full exclusively to all Academy members. Find out more here: http://www.scottsbasslessons.com/masterclass-time-groove-development
Great rhythm is absolutely vital to us as bass players and musicians. It’s the one fundamental factor of everything we play.
It doesn’t matter if you can slap a thousand notes a minute. It doesn’t matter if you can solo around a complex jazz tune at 300bpm.
It ALL comes down to rhythm. And if you your rhythmical internalisation is off – everything you play will be off.
Now, many people believe that great rhythmical sensibility is something you’re born with and that it can’t be learned and developed. Well, I say that’s a heap of B.S!
Rhythm can be developed. Groove can be developed. And, your overall sense of time can be developed.
Just like when learning any skill – you just need to be given the right information, at the right time, and then apply it.
In this lesson I’m going to show you a great groove exercise to strengthen your rhythmical internalisation.
As always, see you in the shed…
PS. This lesson is part of my 2+ hour “Masterclass in Time and Groove Development” course… and it’s EPIC! To find out more and try out entire course for 14 days, totally free – click here: http://www.scottsbasslessons.com/masterclass-time-groove-development