The longest (most over the top) bass lick ever… and my bass was stolen?
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This lesson features the longest (and possibly the most 'over the top') bass lick ever.
Seriously... this lick is crazzzzzy long.
And, it's a scream to play! ;)
We're going to discuss the lick itself, which scales and arpeggios I'm using - and most importantly, why it specifically works within the harmonic framework of this chord progression.
You ready, let's jump in.
As always, see you in the shed...
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