Exploring bassist, educator and Elixir Strings artist Michael Mondesir makes things really simple in this brief bass lesson with a presentation of how to play bass arpeggios in two octaves using simply two fingers. By taking things slowly in the beginning and after that using the principle to both significant, minor (and even more advanced) chord types, you’ll quickly build self-confidence in playing all over the fingerboard. Michael plays Elixir Bass Strings with NANOWEB Covering for their great tone that lasts and lasts. Examine them out: https://www.elixirstrings.com/products

If you’re a little daunted by discovering bass arpeggios, you’re not alone. But in spite of the complex sounding name, an arpeggio is simply the notes of a chord played separately, one at a time. Learning how to play bass arpeggios and practicing them in all secrets is a terrific method of opening the fretboard and helping you develop interesting basslines that wander off from the root note!

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