Hey all! First time poster in this subforum. With some more time on my hands due to the state of the world right now, I'd like to do a deep dive on improving my technique. One particular thing I'd love to do is learn some more classical pieces on the bass guitar. I've already learned some of Bach's cello sonata #1, picking it up by ear. I'd love to learn some more stuff! Obviously there's not a lot of classical pieces for electric bass out there, but in videos and in hanging with other players I've seen plenty of people bust out a section or two of various pieces I recognized. So ... what pieces have you found that work well on the electric bass? What do you like to play to warm up or improve technique? Obviously sonatas written for cello or double bass will work but I'd like to not limit it just that. There's of course a lot of classical music out there, I guess what I'm looking for are pieces that you've played on a 4 string electric bass and been like "Oh, this really works on this instrument." Melodic or chordal work are both great! Chords sound pretty great on my bass and I'd love to learn new voicings. I'm up for trying to learn things by ear or from sheet music. I'd call myself a beginner to moderate sheet music reader. Probably the hardest gig I ever took where I was working from a written score was playing bass in "Little Shop of Horrors" (which is SUCH a fun show on bass ... all that old school walking bass soul stuff is a joy to play!), but my attitude when people say I'll need to read for a gig is "If you give me the music I'll go home and work it up" because I can't really sight read or anything. I'm up for challenges tho! My guess is to do this right might involve taking something written for piano and revoicing it for electric bass, which sounds hard but maybe I should try pulling that off! Thanks all!