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I have been working more on my fretless bass playing lately. 

This is the tune for ‘I Still Believe I Hear’ by Marcus Miller. I managed to get the section before Marcus comes in, to practice playing along with the cello. 

For me, the cello and fretless bass in general compliment each other beautifully. 
 

PDF available in the video description on YouTube.  There is a Tab version too.

If you want to develop your fretless playing, I have a video lesson with three fretless techniques that will help you. That is also on my Greg’s Bass Shed YouTube channel. 

What tracks do you enjoy playing along to with your fretless?

 

 

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