#1
What should a bass practice session contain? When I practice, I usually warm-up on scales, then practice some covers, then write some riffs of my own. Any ideas/additions? Any help would be very useful.
#2
Practicing techniques, finger stretching, memorizing scales (not just the shapes, but the notes int he scales) modes and various arpeggios.
#3
Depends on what you're after my friend..

I warm up on scales for 30 mins, up and down, all variations. 2nds, 3rds, 4ths etc..

Then i usually practice chromatic runs, arpeggios, triads, octaves etc...

then i practice hammers, pull-offs, trills, double-stops, slap..

then i practce band songs..

then i practice the curent song i am learning..

jam on my own with drum loop

warm down with light scales


any other time spent on bass is just jamming or playing other bands songs
#4
basically all i do to warm up is i play some of the hardest songs i know
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