🚨New blog post! (🔗link in bio)! Getting ready for Easter? If you play in your local church, check out these tips to help you improve your playing, tone, and communication and reach your fullest musical potential as a bassist in today's modern worship band.
📸: @connect417 Creative Team
🔗LINK IN BIO🔗 #tbt to this post from last March. Need some inspiration? When you feel like it’s time to take a break and step away from the bass, here are five podcasts that will inspire you to continue to create amazing work.
“A lot of bass players who are solo artists are just sitting there waiting for their solos. But for me, I’m doing just as much work when I’m playing behind you—sometimes more work. It’s a shame that a lot of young bass players don’t recognize how important driving a band is. But that’s what a bass player does, man. You drive the band.” - Marcus Miller (@therealmarcusmiller) on the role of the bass player during an interview with Dunlop (@jimdunlopusa).
🔴 NEW BLOG POST (link in bio) 🔴 /// Ah, the major scale. Some might think of it as a boring warmup routine- it’s a crucial element for any musician to know, and it’ll unlock your understanding of other music theory concepts like key signatures, the Nashville number system, and modes. 👈 Swipe to see some visuals of the major scale on the fretboard using the D major scale as an example, and hit the link in my bio for a guide to the major scale for bassists.