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Here is one of my short Bass Technical Exercises. This one is based on Broken Chords or Arpeggios. It’s a little tricky to get your fingers around. 

In the lesson, I also talk about how to create short exercises to help you learn tricky parts of basslines.  I am constantly learning new material for my freelance work,  and this is what I do when I find a particular section of a bassline difficult. 

Have a look and I would love to hear how you get on.

https://youtu.be/Jtfy5MPreZI

 

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Hi Greg

Thanks for putting this up.  I would sometimes use my 3rd finger in a rolling technique (finger tip then finger pad) to play the fifth and the octave, before using the second finger to play the tenth.  Works well when you're further up the neck. Down near the nut you might want to use the fourth finger for the roll.

Maybe it's weird for some, I come from a guitar background and it's used a lot in that context.

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