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Hand injury and one handed practising

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Right, stupid ol' me managed to acquire a pretty brutal hand injury which requires a fair bit of recovery time following the operation. I don't want this to become total downtime with my bass playing so I want to work on my left hand technique, anyone know of any cool legato exercises or some techniques to work on vibrato etc? Don't want this to be wasted time that I could use to improve! Cheers!

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I have some legato things that I had to do for an exam at uni. I can let you have those if you want ? They were proper melodic things, not exercises.

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[quote name='ambient' timestamp='1471345297' post='3112273']
I have some legato things that I had to do for an exam at uni. I can let you have those if you want ? They were proper melodic things, not exercises.
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Yes! That'd be very kind of you and a great help if you wouldn't mind

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[quote name='darkandrew' timestamp='1471344389' post='3112262']
"One handed practising" ... snigger 😉
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Yes I did realise the innuendo after posting this! 😂

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[quote name='fezzza' timestamp='1471347251' post='3112300']


Yes I did realise the innuendo after posting this! 😂
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Sorry, I couldn't resist it. Maybe one day I'll grow up!

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[quote name='darkandrew' timestamp='1471349381' post='3112334']
Sorry, I couldn't resist it. Maybe one day I'll grow up!
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But that'd mean giving up the bass!

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