6 Unforgivable Bass Mistakes Everyone Makes

October 26, 2021


 I’ve made a lot of mistakes at the studio over the years and I can honestly say I don’t make any of my own. But what I do make are a lot of mistakes with myself. One of the most painful is when I make a mistake and don’t learn from it. I’m usually in a good mood when I write these posts because I’m trying to learn something new and I don’t want to repeat my mistakes.

This is where things can get really tricky because you can’t learn from your mistakes, you just have to learn from them again. However, with that said, I do believe that it is possible to learn from the mistakes of your past and that learning from them can help you become a better creator. What makes this harder is that you have to learn from them again. But I think it is possible with practice that you can learn from your mistakes.

You see, sometimes we make mistakes that we would be totally embarrassed about had we known we would make them, so it is important to learn from them.

We've all made some of those mistakes, so I've heard that it can be hard to forgive yourself. In fact, I think it is even harder when you find out that you made the same mistake twice. It is important to learn from your mistakes, and it is a great feeling to know that you've learned from them. I'm not saying it's easy, but it is possible to do so.

Well, you can't exactly go about it by yourself, can you?! You need a little help from your friends and family to make sure that you don't make a mistake that you would be embarrassed to own. When you find yourself making a mistake, you can try and learn from it instead of just brushing it off as a mistake. You might even end up doing something that has you reconsidering your decision to keep doing something that you now think is wrong.

In the video above, you can hear the bassist in the band say, "I'm not a bassist, but I do know how to make bass mistakes" (he's not kidding)

The video then goes on to show the band making their way through a number of bad bass mistakes. The biggest of these is when they play it too hard at the beginning of the song, which leads to the bassist playing a bass note with a wrong note key.


The bassist in the band is actually making a mistake by playing too hard at the beginning, but it's one that he was trying to avoid, and we've all made these kinds of mistakes before. The one thing you can always do to avoid making mistakes in your bass playing is to learn from them.

Everyone makes mistakes, and if you listen closely to your bass playing and the way you're playing it, you could probably save yourself from making tons of them. The key thing to remember is that your playing is the best representation of the notes you're playing, it's not the note itself.

If you learn from your mistakes, you can avoid making tons of others. And if you do, then you can still use the skills you've learned to your advantage.

I’ve been playing bass guitar for 25 years now, and the most common mistake I’ve made is not using the right string when playing a chord.

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