#3
Sounds good, but is your right hand supposed to be positioned like that? With your palm resting behind the body... granted I don't know shit about playing bass, but it looks off and limiting if you were to play more challenging music.
#6
Nice cover man!!
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#7
Good cover man, I have to agree with the other people here about the right hand technique. I mean its working for you but as a bass player the best technique to avoid carpal tunnel and cultivate proper technique is not to anchor your playing hand at all. Look into the floating thumb technique.

Anyway, could you C4C my cover of Shepherd of Fire by A7X?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1651133
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#8
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Nice cover man, I like that bass tone a lot. I agree with the above comment though, you could work on your right hand technique to be in more of a relaxed, 'poised' position. Musically it's really good though and a great song choice.

C4C?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1650530

Thanks James!
My hand is perfectly relaxed though, unlike any other bass technique.

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Nice cover man!!

Thanks man

Quote by Lovecannon
Good cover man, I have to agree with the other people here about the right hand technique. I mean its working for you but as a bass player the best technique to avoid carpal tunnel and cultivate proper technique is not to anchor your playing hand at all. Look into the floating thumb technique.

Anyway, could you C4C my cover of Shepherd of Fire by A7X?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1651133

Thanks!
There is no such thing "best technique", people are different.