Lesson #2 Keeping a Bass Practice Notebook
We’re not quite to the point where we’re going to start to teach you how to play the bass guitar yet. However we’re getting there I promise. Today is an important and yet another overlooked area of learning guitar. With all of todays great technology we often forget all about good old fashioned paper and note books. Well lemme tell you Lane on Bass things it’s a worth while tool to have with you when you’re learning to play the bass guitar, especially if you’re teaching yourself through videos like these and not using a bass guitar course.
The kind of binder or note book you need doesn’t need to be fancy it just needs to be functional. You’ll want to divide it up into sections for what your learning such as:
- Riffs & Turnarounds
Use that note book to take notes while you’re watching a lesson and learning new topics and also use it as your guide to how well you’re progressing with your practice. Don’t fall into the trap where you feel like you’re learning tons of new stuff but you’re not actually practicing or working with it. Just like school reading your text book is one thing but understanding how to implement and move forward with what you’ve learned is entirely different.
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