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Jazz Bass Lessons: Major Modes - E Major

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[MUSIC]
Now we're gonna start on E major, but
instead of playing the root and
playing a regular E major scale,
we're gonna start on
the F sharp this time.
E major scale starting on F sharp.
[NOISE] F sharp one.
[SOUND] G sharp, four.
[SOUND] A natural, open.
[SOUND] B with 1.
[SOUND] C sharp four.
[SOUND] One on D sharp.
[SOUND] 2 on E.
[SOUND] Four on F sharp.
[SOUND] One on G sharp.
[SOUND] Two on A.
[SOUND] One on B.
[SOUND] We'll go to C sharp with
the fourth, come back down.
[SOUND] One, make a smooth shift here.
[SOUND] Little portamento.
[MUSIC]
There's the A with two.
[SOUND] One on G sharp.
[SOUND] F sharp, four.
[SOUND] E with the first finger.
[SOUND] D sharp with the first finger.
[SOUND] C sharp four.
[SOUND] B, one.
[SOUND] A open.
[SOUND] G sharp, four.
[SOUND] F sharp, one.
[SOUND] That's E major.
[MUSIC]