If you are looking for a way to practice and get more familiar with Chord Tones then this exercise is perfect for you. It’s short but very effective.
Video lesson and PDF with notation or Tab.
So I see a lot of people using OC2s with the dry signal and -2 octave all the way off and the -1 octave all the way up. I've had my OC2 for years but whenever I've tried to use it like this, it's been way too quiet, the -1 octave simply isn't loud enough to be used alone and when engaged, there's a significant drop in volume, even when using a powerful amp/cab and a Cali76 compressor in front of it.
Am I missing something? I watch demos and it doesn't seem to happen to others.
Fancy a bit of Motown?
In this video lesson I take a look at five bass lines from some of my favourite classic Motown tunes.
All these bass lines are the work of The Don of Motown - James Jamerson.
I have also written them out on a PDF which you can download from the video description on YouTube
There is a notation or Tab version.
Let me know what you think of the video.
Learn the bass line from Toto’s Hold The Line.
This is one of my favourite Toto bass lines. It’s simple but effective, and great when it doubles with guitar.
Step by step lesson with a free PDF of the bass line, notated or with Tab. You’ll find the link to the PDF in the video description on YouTube.
Follow the link in this post for the video lesson, or if you are viewing this on Instagram, it’s in my Bio.
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