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Jazz Bass Lessons: Electric Bass: Rhythmic Mapping with Basic Arpeggios

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Now we're going to apply the rhythmic
mapping that we talked about before
using padding our foot into claves
like we're gonna a three two clave,
song clave with A basic arpeggio over it,
so with a little drum groove,
we'll do something like
That's the song clave,
let's see it with the rhythm now.
Now the minor.
so now,
that's one
way of doing it.
Now let's do it with two three clave.
So we tap at one.
now try it with
a dominant seventh.
Okay, let's do
the two three with it.
One, two, three, four.
So that's a way to keep it interesting and
do your arpeggios, and
have that groove with it.
And apply a little rhythmic
interest to your arpeggio practice.