About electric bass warm up exercise
This is one of my favourite exercises. It covers a lot of ground by taking you through the cycle of 5ths playing a V to I progression in each key. It is a great one for several reasons: fingerboard knowledge, chord tones, learning the V and I chord of every key, voice leading between chords, not to mention it’s a fantastic way to improve your technique by playing musical content.
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