Hey, James here…
If I ask a student what their biggest challenge is when it comes to becoming a better bassist… about 50% of the time there's one answer I get:
I don’t have enough time.
… and 9 times out of 10 when I dig a bit deeper I find that’s B.S.
Time isn’t the root of the problem at all.
It’s simply knowing where to start and creating a routine or habit.
Here’s the thing... you can make progress on the bass guitar even if you’ve only got 15-20 minutes 3 or 4 times a week.
That’s half of a terrible TV show Vicky (my partner) watches most evenings… and I “put up” with.
… and I haven’t found a student yet who can’t find 20 minutes to spend some quality time with their ‘low end lover’ (or bass guitar)
In today’s lesson I’m going to share a ‘practice formula’ I’ve used since my days at music college.
It’s simple and highly effective.
What’s more it works if you’ve got 15 minutes or 15 hours a day!
Also… make sure you let me know what your biggest challenge is when it comes to practice - I’d love to find out - let me know in the comments below!
Keep groovin’ hard,