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  1. I've got a Strymon Bluesky Reverb pedal that I'm no longer using and it needs a good home. This reverb pedal is a super-high quality reverb which is one of the few reverb pedals that works well with bass. Mint condition- comes boxed with 9V PSU power supply for £200 PRICE DROP: £175!!! Plus Shipping Features: Intense Spring, Plate and Room Algorhythms Normal, Mod and Shimmer Modes Zero Latency Dry Signal High & Low Damping Controls True Bypass Separate Pre-Delay Control Favourite Footswitch for storing settings Stereo Input & Output Super Low Noise PM me if you're interested.
  2. When skipping adjacent strings, I would use the same approach described in the video- when ascending alternate; when descending cross with same finger.
  3. Footprints on the Miles Davis record Miles Smiles.
  4. Hey Tom How's it going- long time Brother! Melodically, a good place to start is by just using triads. Experiment by not always using the root on the downbeat. Rhymically, 3/4 often gives you the opportunity to use Ostinato lines as in All Blues. Also when walking build your lines by first playing dotted half notes, then progessing to dotted quarters and then finally quarter notes. This allows you to build dynamically over time. For more advanced purposes, start to experiment by using the dotted quarter notes as a metric modulation concept over the 3/4. For instance...2-bars of dotted quarter notes in 3/4 equals one bar of 4/4. You can experiment with a drummer where he holds the original time in 3 down while you do that, or he can start to interprept the new 4/4 time over that with you. Lot's of fun here. I have a course on my 2-Year Bass Mastery Course which goes way, way into these concepts. Hope that helps. Best Joe
  5. Some folks have been asking for pictures. As you can see, this rig is in perfect condition.
  6. There is a better, more productive approach to growing musically by focused targeted subject matter rather than slinging mud against a wall, along with a hope and a prayer…and by an organised system rather than random and erratic acts of nothingness :-) Thank God for my Black Friday 50% Off Sale…For all my books! …but there’s only 72 hours left! So…hurry! GET 50% OFF NOW Use the checkout code: BFEARLY All the Bass! Joe
  7. Hey Guys I've got a great deal on an Aguilar Tone Hammer 500 and two SL112 cabinets that are just sitting around waiting for a new owner. As a complete package I'm selling this for £1200 If you were to buy this new...it would cost £2197 I'm also throwing in the Gig Bag for the amp plus the Speakon Cables as a FREE BONUS. I'm willing to break it up...but that will change the price... Tone Hammer 500: £420 SL112: £450 per cab Both the amp and cabs are used but in great condition. No offers- PM me is you're interested. All the Bass Joe
  8. I guess it depends whether or not you think it's causing you some issues. Learning to play with better "economy of motion" will definitely allow you to access more faccility across your instrument. I have a good video that breaks down left hand technique here:
  9. Most of my books have a tablature section included.
  10. If you aren't aware- I'm running a Halloween 30% Off Sale for all my books. Use the checkout code: HALLOWBASS30 https://www.joehubbardbass.com/store/ This isn't for very long though- Sale ends FRIDAY Nov 1st at midnight! All the Bass Joe
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