In this PDF I will be discussing taking the broken interval exercise to the next level.
Category Archives: Workbook Handouts
Warming up is an integral part of any activity, check out and download this PDF to explore some warm up routines!!!
Inversion Utilization II: Other Chords
In this module I am displaying the Chord Inversions for the 7th Chords as well as other Chord Types. The finger placements are the ones I use and if you have a system that works better for you I am not suggesting you change.
Inversion Utilization I: Triadic Inversions
Scott’s Bass Lessons Week 5 Update Video
Now that we have concluded the 10 week intensive on Fretboard Knowledge at https://scottsbasslessons.com/ I finally got enough time and the planets aligned for a video. I was meaning to do this weeks ago, but feline challenges had made this impossible. The Anthony Wellington Video is below:
Intervallic Ear Training Handout
SBL Fretboard Challenge Wk 6
Week 6 was about Pentatonics so I made a little video about some insights in exploring pentatonics! This is a video for Scottsbasslessons.com Fretboard Challenge! I made a handout to illustrate what I am discussing in the video, if it is needed.
Building a Frankenstein Exercise
This is a handout of what went into the “Frankenstein Exercise” and again this is still something I am actively working on and improving. I tried to keep everything in the Key of C to have as few accidentals as possible, but once you get this under your fingers I implore you to move onContinue reading “Building a Frankenstein Exercise”
Deeper Down the Fretboard Challenge
Pushing deeper into the Fretboard Challenge at SBL, I am pushing deeper into Week 2 content: Continuous Triad exercises over three partitioned areas. However the video is from the Minor leg of this exercise, not the Augmented and Diminished variants, but I did provide PDF Files.
SBL Fretboard Challenge Week 2
Week 2 of the Challenge is all about triads over the fretboard, the PDF files are just the ascending but you should do them in reverse as well, ascending and descending. Exercise 1: Triads Alone Exercise 2: All Triad Notes from Top to Bottom Exercise 3: Continuous Triads