Here’s 80-20 Bass Groove 5, which is a 16th note funk style groove with some muted notes:
Here’s the notation and tab:
80-20 Groove 5 can be used in the following ways:
- as a short 16th note sight reading etude
- as a test of 16th note technique – if you can’t play it at 100 BPM then start out at 60 BPM and work up until you can play it at 100 BPM
- as a short but fun groove to learn and play
- to analyze and see what devices I’ve used and if there are devices you like and want to use yourself, then isolate them and take them to your practice space.
To download the audio tracks – chordal metronome tracks at 60, 70, 80 and 90 BPM and band style at 100 BPM – click on the link below:
The MP3 tracks are tagged with ’80-20 Bass Grooves’ as the artist and ’80-20 Bass Groove 5′ as the album.
If you want to know more about 80-20 Bass then click this link which will take you to the first of a series of five articles (plus PDFs) that explains more: