How can I actually use them to create bass lines, grooves and solos?
All of these questions are extremely commonâ¦ so if they resonate with you — don't worry, you are not alone!
In this lesson I'm going to show you a great way to learn the ionian mode (major scale) — which is by far the most important scale you'll ever learn, as all of the other diatonic modes are related to this one scale.
I'm going to show you how it relates to major chord types, and three finger patterns that will help you master this scale over the entire fretboard.
As always, see you in the shedâ¦
PS. If you enjoy this lesson and really want to become a âscales/arpeggios ninjaâ on the bass you should check out our 10+ hour course, âHarmonic Layering — A Comprehensive Guide To Chord Tones, Arpeggios & Scalesâ.
Within the new course I cover arpeggios, chord tones, scales, pentatonic scales, the modes, uses of more exotic scales, but most importantly — I show you how to use all of these elements to create awesome bass lines, grooves and solos.
âIn other words — I not only show you everything I know, I also show you how to actually use this information in real life situations!
Right now over 10,000 bass players are enrolled in the Academy here at Scott's Bass Lessons and are making a real difference to their playing... if you're really serious about getting your bass playing together, click here to find out more and grab your FREE trial: http://bit.ly/2vCIwAW