Hello bass players and fans of bass playing!
This month we are going to continue with the second part on how to create a bass line (View part I here).
Last time we focused on how to build a groove using only the root of the chord. Now we will look at five examples that use octaves to create a groove. Each example is based on the same chord progression: C – Am – F – G.
That’s all folks! The second way to create a bass line is to groove with the octaves. This concept, like the following ones, can be applied to all musical genres.
Stay tuned for more great stuff in the next issue and keep in touch with #bassmusicianmag, #basslines, #bmmbasslines, #keepgrooving, #keepthegroovealive&kicking, #jdvinstrumental, #groovewars, #fullbassattack, #jdv, #boricuabass, #groovingtheworld, #bassgrooves, #groovemaniac.