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Posted by winget .G. (212.247.106.203) on June 06, 2004 at 12:34:40:

In Reply to: To learn my scale posted by James on February 13, 2004 at 23:48:13:

: : : Hello,
: : : i really want to know all my scales and i have been trying videos and they are not really helpful please anything book,cd,dvd,and video that can keep me busy with my bass guiter practising my scales will just be perfect any way i can't read music
: : : thanks Apostle

: : Apostle:
: : Can you afford some lessons, my friend? You will need to read music at SOME level, as that is the language most of us bassists use... also - what kind of music are you wanting to be able to play?
: : One last point - don't get too hung up on having to learn alot of scales.... the Major Scale and the Minor scale are sufficient for an awful lot of (if not all) music. IMO it is better if you spend time learning about chords and how they work together, Sorry - you are going to have to do some brain work as you grow in your understanding of your bass.
: : Paige




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