►► FREE: Get the tabs, notation and practice tracks for all the bass lines in this lesson → https://becomeabassist.com/blues-bass-lines If you want to play some 12-bar blues, on bass, you’re going to need to know how to get through the form using authentic sounding blues bass lines. Once you do this, you can go virtually anywhere in the world - bass in hand - and jam with other musicians. The blues is almost universally known, so if you ever find yourself playing with new people, you can always use some of these blues bass lines to start making music instantly. You can start with incredibly simple lines and go all the way up to quite complex. There’s even more complex things you can do with the blues, but these 6 lines will get you started. We blaze through the lines in the video so if you want all the tabs and notation, plus the backing tracks from all the bass lines in this lesson, you can get them for free here: https://becomeabassist.com/blues-bass-lines With these resources, you’ll be able to start practicing each of these lines quickly and you’ll be jamming with other people in no time at all. Start with the simple ones and work your way up to the more complicated ones. Remember, you don’t have to be tied to playing just one of these blues bass lines for the whole song. You can mix and match and go between all of them - sometimes even in the one song. Just be careful to change at the top of a form to avoid confusing your bandmates. As always, if you have any questions, just drop them into the comments. I’d be more than happy to help out however I can. Good luck with the lesson and happy playing! Cheers, Luke P.S. Remember to get the tabs, notation and practice tracks from this lesson here: https://becomeabassist.com/blues-bass-lines
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A whole bunch of variations of bass lines for a blues shuffle. Both major and minor feel bass lines. Though many of the minor feel lines can also be played alongside 7th and 9th chords and still work.
View extended lesson and tabs at http://www.freeguitarvideos.com/bass/blues/easy-line.html Learn how to play a blues bass line. This kind of line is usually referred to as "the box" because the fingering pattern outlines a box shape. Russ will first show you how to play the line measure by measure to make sure you understand the proper fingering and count. We'll then practice the line over a slow tempo jam track
http://www.RiffNinja.com Here's how to play a 12 bar blues on the bass guitar. We're using 1 4 5 for the root notes. Here's how you can create a simple walking bass line over the 12 bar blues progression.
Bass Transcription & TAB is available here: http://www.playbasslines.com/2018/01/e-blues-bass-solo-major-pentatonic.html All Practice Media Files (Video, mp3, Guitar Pro File & PDF) are available here: https://sellfy.com/p/lM5q/ Here's a fun bass solo idea over a 12 bar Blues in E, Texas style. It's the type of solo works well especially if your band is a three-piece. I was often told that a bass solo during a blues tunes gives a band's sound some variety, especially if the only soloist in the band is a guitar player. The solo uses mostly the major pentatonic scale, with some blue notes, mostly minor thirds and chord tones (1-3rd-5th-7th) The 12 bar form and solo is played/looped twice for practicing purposes. You can also slow down the video with YT video player settings to learn/read the notes from the TAB and play along with the video. Here are the notes of the scales used for this solo Over E7 (E-F#-G#-B-C#) also E7 Chord Tones (E-G#-B-D) Over A7 (A-B-C#-E-F#) Over B7 (B-C#-D#F#-G#) If you'd like more blues solo videos with TAB like this one using chord-tones, minor & major pentatonic scales, etc.. Leave a comment below, like this video and subscribe and I will add more videos like this one. Enjoy & Happy shedding! Downloadable Practice Media Files (Video, mp3, Guitar Pro File & PDF) https://sellfy.com/p/lM5q/ Includes: MP4 High-Quality Video MP3 Backing track (mp3-320 kbps) Pdf Bass Transcription/ Bass Tab Guitar Pro 6 & 7 (.gpx & .gp) files for interactive practice
►► Discover exactly what to play in nearly any situation with the FREE Ultimate Guide To The Modes For Bass. Download it here → https://becomeabassist.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-the-modes-for-bass/ The video that goes with approach #1 is right here: https://becomeabassist.com/blues-scale-on-bass-from-beginner-to-pro-in-9-minutes/ For more about the process in approach #4 check this lesson out: http://becomeabassist.com/how-to-play-more-melodically/ If you've ever not liked what you played over a blues, then this is the perfect bass lesson for you. I had a bass player ask me a question in the comments of another video all about how to approach playing over a blues progression. I gave my best answer in the comments, but wanted to share with you as well, the 5 approaches to learning to play a blues on bass. The first 3 approaches are more 'intellectual' and theory-based, but don't worry - it's mostly pretty simple. The last 2 approaches though, are much more organic and rely on your gut more than your theory knowledge. Be sure to try each approach out. The more you can do of each, the more interesting and dynamic your playing will be. Good luck with the lesson and happy playing! Cheers, Luke P.S. Don't forget to download the free Ultimate Guide To The Modes to get your bass soloing to that next level. https://becomeabassist.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-the-modes-for-bass/
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