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Electric Bass Lessons: Right Hand Speed Drills: Exercise 1 -NEW!

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here's an exercise for your right hand.
I'm gonna use one finger for this.
And I'm gonna do the arpeggio [SOUND]
minor seven arpeggio.
And I want you to, sweep across the
And, when you send me the videos, of
yourself playing, see if you can send
it to me at an angle, so that, I can see,
what your right hand is doing.
Something like this.
So that's the slow version.
if you are, ambitious you can, you can do
it chromatically down the neck.
what I'd, what I'd like to see you do, is
just sweeping across the string.
This is the one-finger technique,
sweeping across the strings.
And you will use the metronome, and do one
note per beat.
Here we go.
One, two, three, four.
Now, here is two notes per beat, coming
So, see how even you can get it,
using just the one finger, the index