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New video from my Bass Concepts Series. This lesson features an exercise based on the major pentatonic scale that will take you from low G to the top of your fretboard. 

This exercise will help you become more familiar with the pentatonic scale and also help you explore the fretboard.  

There is a free pdf download with the video. 

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1 hour ago, Reggaebass said:

Nice one greg, the pentatonic is probably my favourite scale 👍

Great isn’t it. Probably the most useful scale for bass players. 

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I can't plat it without thinking 'My Girl' 🙂

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On 13/02/2021 at 16:57, Stub Mandrel said:

I can't plat it without thinking 'My Girl' 🙂

Well, I guess you'd say what can make me feel this way?

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