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Wednesday 23 September 2020
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Don't Have TIME To Master Your Bass Fretboard? Try These 3 Tricks

►► FREE: Get the full system for mastering the notes all over your bass with my Ultimate Guide To Learning Your Fretboard. Download it here →

If you want to learn your bass fretboard and really master it, it can take a while.

Not all of us have the time to sit alone in our living room or bedroom for hours learning every little detail and intricacy of our fretboard.

But you still need to be able to get by. If you’re playing with someone and they start calling notes out to you, you’ll need to know how to find the notes on your fretboard in a hurry.

Thankfully, there are three methods of learning your bass fretboard that don’t take a lot of time, but still give you the freedom and confidence to play all over your bass.

The first is a counterintuitive truth that makes the process of learning the notes far easier. The second will literally cut your learning time in half, and the third will multiply the notes you already know.

Remember though, these ‘tricks’ and ‘hacks’ to learn your fretboard are great to get you started. But they can only take you so far. They won’t give you a deep understanding of your bass.

Most people get tripped up somewhere, and for bass players learning the notes on the fretboard, it’s usually when they start to look at sharps and flats. It can get confusing when you realize that some notes are called more than one thing.

So if you’re still confused or just that deeper understanding of your fretboard, check out my Ultimate Guide To Learning Your Bass Fretboard. In it, you’ll learn all about the ‘Musical Matrix’, which will clear up any confusion you have about the sharps and flats.

It’s 100% free and 100% awesome. To get it, just go here:

And I’ll send it straight to your email address. You’ll be on the road to fretboard mastery in less than 60 seconds.

If you have any questions about anything in the lesson, just let me know. I’d be happy to help you out.

Good luck with the lesson and happy playing!

Cheers,

Luke




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