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Using Pentatonic Scales for Bass Runs and grooves #3 - With Scott Devine

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by devine, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. devine

    devine Supporting Member

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  2. bassnat

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    Another great insightful video by Scott. Don't miss this!
  3. devine

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    Hey Bassnat thanks for the kind words man! There's more on the way so watch this space!

    Ez,

    Scott.
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    thank you again Scott. Amazing that you take the time and effort to do this for free. Yours are among my fav lessons.
    Thanks brother and take care
    Todd
  5. devine

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    No worries Todd... glad to help! Watch out because there's some more tutorials coming soon!

    Ez man,

    Scott.
  6. lowendfriend

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    Scott, thanks! I had stumbled into pentatonic scales when introduced on studybass.com. Your videos take that to the next level.

    One day I was learning "Sunshine of your love" and realized it is exactly the minor blues scale. This music theory stuff doesn't always seem super relevant at the time you learn it but suddenly you'll flash on a situation that you can handle because you have that background.
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    Good stuff, Scott. I've got your site bookmarked. :cool:
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    .I've been wondering how to sound more jazzy. Thankyou for the lessons!!!!
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