The plucking hand when playing bass - Bobby's bass - Part 3

http://www.hoTodi.tv http://www.hoTodi.tv shows how it's done! The time has finally come! Let's practice and get to know the plucking hand (this is the hand that rests on the body of the bass and plays the strings). In addition to various exercises, Ralf Bopp shows us how to position the hand and how to hold the neck correctly. Afterwards he will give you some homework so that you can get some routine. You can download the exercise here: http://goo.gl/JYUw7 If you would like to join me in the studio, just let me know! Here are some important/useful things to get you started: Metronomes: http://goo.gl/CZZj7 or directly from Korg: http://goo.gl/utjiZ Tuners: http://goo.gl/Hkk0X Bass diary: http://goo.gl/RUjTD Rock solos for bass (sheet music): http://goo.gl/0nhgH Beginners basses: http://goo.gl/YNCqE Bass amplifier: http://goo.gl/si0N0 Bass strings: http://goo.gl/h0SNU In our forum, you can discuss all things Bobby's bass: http://hotodi.com/forum/bobbys-bass-group5/ If you have any suggestions for a video, just let us know, and we'll see what we can do. Also, please subscribe to our channnel. It would be highly appreciated! Our sites & info: hoTodi | http://www.hotodi.com Twitter | http://twitter.com/hotodi_com Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/hoTodi.tv

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