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Darren 1

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  • Birthday 02/12/1976

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  1. That’s great. please do ! I will continue to keep the content up to date as best as I can. Thanks Darren.
  2. Thank you for the feedback Darren.
  3. Hey! Here’s my latest episode on thinking about reading as an exercise to build on our musical knowledge. https://youtu.be/yuMoctDptz0
  4. Hi, thanks. Yes that’s a great idea and a good follow up from this. I’ll put it on the list Darren.
  5. An excerpt of ‘in the style of...’ Check out the 16th note groove of Jaco in the chorus section from Come In Come Over.
  6. Hi everyone, Here’s an old lesson I did last year on Minor scales. Well, the first isn’t technically a parent scale as such! (Find out more...). These are all great scales and really cool for developing your melodic and harmonic vocabulary and definitely worth a look at if you want to extend your technical ability. Remember! Please subscribe to the channel as your support is so much appreciated. Enjoy. Darren https://youtu.be/1_d5EBHG6x8
  7. Hey bass players ! Here’s a short lesson on chord tones and 4 ways to play them. We call them inversions, and it gives us many more interesting sounds and ways around creating bass parts and neck theory from one simple starting point. Please like, share, comment.... And, if you have any lesson ideas you’d like me to post please let me know. Darren. https://youtu.be/QBXqyor2Szc
  8. Hello again. If you are interested in developing your technique using stuff you already may know then this is the video for you. Aimed at newer players, but also at more experienced bassists who want to learn alternative ways around the neck, this video provides an easy bite sized portion of essentialness! 🔥 enjoy 🤟 https://youtu.be/dE7B4vXuCpg
  9. 💥Hello again bassists! Here’s a lesson on introducing more complex scales such as the melodic ‘jazz’ minor scale. This is a great scale for learning to understand different ways around the bass and certainly for getting your head and fingers around more not-so-common chords. Please subscribe to the channel as you watch for more of these videos. All the best! Darren.🔥 https://youtu.be/HnE3YsMWXos
  10. Hi fellow Bassists, Here’s another episode from Darren on using scales to create cool licks. This video demonstrates the simplicity of the diminished scale, and after, it’s application. I hope you find this insightful and useful. Please try to subscribe to the channel for many more new videos. https://youtu.be/PfAwqv_kWNI
  11. Hi fellow bassists. Here’s a video interview about finding your sound and practice that will be useful whether you’re starting out or already experienced. The interview was conducted by a brand new up and coming YouTube channel that promises to bring some exciting and informative musical and recording content. https://youtu.be/CIOW9jK_oMs
  12. Hey guys Here I have a simple hack that gets you playing 2 scales in one and gives you a really clear pattern structure to get you all over the fingerboard in any key. There are pretty much endless ways to do these things and I have many more methods that break this down into easy chunks. However, check this one out! As you want him please remember to subscribe over at my YouTube channel. Comment, like, share, heckle ! 💥👌👇
  13. Palm muting : https://youtu.be/diL78iBqxSs
  14. Hi bass players. heres a quick video on various right hand techniques such as fingers, picks, palm mute and slap. I’ve tried to get closeups so you can really see how to do these and how I do them. Thanks again. Darren. https://youtu.be/diL78iBqxSs
  15. Thanks for watching and the message. all the best darren
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