Hello all. Even though I've been playing bass for 6 years, I think that it's time to do some big progressing and I've been thinking about getting a strict practice routine going. (say an hour or so a day) Question is, how do you think I should go about it? I've been doing a lot of work with tapping but I'm going to start working in some other things. Right now, I want to work on: Tapping (both single hand, and two hand) Theory (I know all my modes, how to construct chords, ect. But I want to learn about tri-tones and things of that nature) Slap (I'm really behind on my slapping, I want to get a video on just slap, any suggestions? I can do some basic Flea-type octave and pentatonic things, but I want a video that takes you all the way from the basics to the advanced techinques) Soloing (a guess this goes along with the theory part) Just wondering, how should I go about this. Should I allot a certain amount of time to each technique? Should I write a practice interary out? What are your suggestions for a good practice routine. Also, do you know any good resources on the web for what I want to concentrate on? And my other question is, do you find it frustrating about learning certain things on bass and never being able to apply them to a playing situation? For example, the current band I'm in, I'll never have a reason to do any two handed type, yet I feel I should learn how to do it well. Every expierence that?