Using “Speed Bursts” with Arpeggios /// Scott’s Bass Lessons

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Last week I released a lesson showing you one of my favourite ever exercises to get your solo lines really up to speed.

It was the exact exercise I used when changing my entire technique many years ago to facilitate more up tempo style playing. Before hand, I really struggled to get my faster solo type lines to sound clean and controlled, but that exercise helped me focus in on exactly what I needed to change to get my bass playing to the next level.

Since the release of that lesson I’ve had a flurry of emails all asking the same question… “Scott, what happens if the lines aren’t linear? What happens if it’s more like an arpeggio type run?”

Well, the good news is that you can apply the exact same exercise to non-linear lines too!

In this lesson I’m going to show you how you can apply these “speed-bursts” to arpeggios and more angular type lines and runs.

As always, see you in the shed…

Scott 🙂

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