#1
So, basically, I own a bass guitar, and I know it makes sound, but I don't really know how to practice bass. Also, I don't know anything that sounds like to would remotely fit into bass practicing, aside from slapping/popping practice. What I want to do, however, is set up some sort of practice regimen, so any input from you guys as to what I should do for practice would be appreciated, thanks.
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#2

you posted pretty much the exact same thing in the guitar forum.
I would give pointers if I didn't think you were trolling.
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you posted pretty much the exact same thing in the guitar forum.
I would give pointers if I didn't think you were trolling.

I'm not.
I just own both instruments, and I;ve come to the conclusion that I don;t know how to practice either
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#4
ok then...
tbh the practice regime you were asking for advice on in the guitar forum seems pretty solid to me for bass too, just remember to have some fun with it sometimes such as learning a song so that it doesn't become a chore to practice.
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#5
Just try make some rhythms or practice playing songs you like or that are fairly easy for you to play.

Thats what I do.
#6
Go over scales all of the finger board its alot about muscle memory, good bass playing IMO. Knowing what to do and when naturally.
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