Walking Bass Lines Lesson 5 The Two Feel Using Rhythmic Devices -The next example shows the use of the eighth note and triplet subdivision to create additional motion in the two feel line. The use of the eighth note in jazz walking bass lines is very effective and used by Masters of Jazz Bass. This technique carries on from lesson 3 and 4.

Playing along to the transcription is an excellent way to practice your reading skills and train your ear and progress from reading tab to reading standard notation.

When you’ve finished practicing the lesson, test your knowledge of the lesson material by doing the worksheet provided. Highly recommended.

Suitable for players of all levels.

Materials included in lesson 5

Link to lesson video – The Two Feel Using Rhythmic Devices (5.25min)

Downloadable PDF of Transcribed bass line for your music stand

Downloadable PDF of Worksheet to test your knowledge and find out what you need to work on.

This lesson is an excerpt from the Walking Bass Workshop Series – Part 1 The Blues.

You can get the entire course here, or just pick out lesson topics that interest you, one by one.

My suggestion is to work through the lessons in a stepwise manner, building on the knowledge and confidence acquired in the previous lesson.

MAWB lesson5 The two feel using rhythmic devices

Lesson 5 The two feel using rhythmic devices

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