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BASS

Play All you ever wanted: BASS

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All you ever wanted

How to play All you ever wanted bass easy?

The bass line of “All you ever wanted” by Rag n' bone man presents a major difficulty, which is speed. Indeed, the tempo of the song is quite fast, at 168 BPM. To successfully play All you ever wanted bass, it is therefore important to work on speed and endurance through suitable exercises. We suggest rhythmic exercises mainly for this bass line.
All you ever wanted does not involve any particular technical specificities.

Rhythm recommendations for playing all you ever wanted bass

It is recommended to work on eighth notes and Offbeat, which are very present in All you ever wanted bass. Eighth notes are notes that last half a quarter note, and offbeats are notes played outside of the main beat of the measure. To work on these elements, it is advisable to start slowly and gradually increase the speed, ensuring the precision and cleanliness of the notes.

Technical recommendations for playing All you ever wanted bass

It can also be useful to work on the coordination between the right hand which plays the notes and the left hand which frets the strings, to gain fluidity and efficiency. Finally, regularity and consistency in training are essential to progress and succeed in playing this bass line with ease and precision.

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BASS

Play All you ever wanted: BASS

Version : 

Original

Track : 

not transposable

Difficulty : 

Prerequisites

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All you ever wanted

How to play All you ever wanted bass?

To play the original bass line of this track, it is essential to have good endurance because the speed is 168 BPM, which means you need to be able to play eighth notes quickly and continuously. In addition to this, you have to be very precise in setting up the offbeats, which are numerous in this bass line.
In addition, there are also slurs, eighth notes and passing notes that enrich this bass line and make it more complex. It is therefore important to work on them to play them correctly and add musicality to the bass line.
To overcome these difficulties, it is recommended to regularly practice the bass line at a slower tempo to work on note precision and hand synchronization. Then, once this is mastered, it is possible to gradually increase the speed until you reach the original tempo of 168 BPM.
It can also be helpful to work on offbeats and passing notes in isolation and then integrate them into the overall bass line. Regular practice and patience are the keys to mastering this bass line and playing this piece with ease and precision.