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

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[MUSIC].
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
[MUSIC].
See?
[MUSIC]
That's the song clave,
let's see it with the rhythm now.
[MUSIC].
Now the minor.
[MUSIC]
Okay,
so now,
that's one
way of doing it.
Right?
Now let's do it with two three clave.
[MUSIC]
So we tap at one.
[MUSIC]
Let's
now try it with
a dominant seventh.
[MUSIC]
Okay, let's do
the two three with it.
One, two, three, four.
[MUSIC].
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.
[MUSIC]