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Electric Bass Lessons: Arpeggios Warmup

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So, when I warm up, I like to make it
sound as musical as possible and
then it doesn't feel so boring.
So, for instance, warming up with
arpeggios.
Get the strings, get our fingers nice and
stretched out and, and moving.
Say we're in the key of G
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So basically, what I was doing is
stretching my left hand, and also doubling
up on my right hand for my warm ups.
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