7 Reasons Why Every Bass Player Should Learn "Come On Come Over" (by Jaco Pastorius)

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For today's lesson, James shares 7 reasons why every bass player should learn "Come On Come Over" by the legendary Jaco Pastorius and how this bass line can elevate your bass playing from intermediate to the advanced level. If you want to learn how to play like the legend Jaco Pastorius, then this video lesson is just for you!

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00:00 - Intro
01:23 - 1. Helps you develop the "Jaco Pastorius" bass style
02:14 - 2. Helps you develop a clean plucking technique
03:00 - 3. To work up your fretting hand technique
03:42 - 4. Great for learning dead/muted notes
05:49 - 5. 16th note funk style works at a variety of tempos
06:54 - 6. Works with both major and minor chords
08:14 - 7. Super cool bass riff that you can make your own!

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