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Electric Bass Lessons: Right Hand Speed Drills: Exercise 2 -NEW!

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Now for
your two finger exercise for your right
we'll use the C scale again, and just
practice alternating fingers.
So, it's almost like your,
fingers are doing the walking and when
you're coming down,
it's definitely okay to just sweep down to
the next string.
what I wanna get here is alternating the
fingers, so it would look like this again.
Alternating fingers.
Walking motion.
Here's with the metronome, alternating
fingers, one note per beat.
Two notes per beat.
Now what that will do is, it will help you
with your time first of all, but
it will just give you an opportunity to
make each note even.
that one isn't louder, than the other