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Help wanted: Bass Picking practice

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Offline   barberous1

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I started learning to play the bass using my index and middle finger to strum. Transitioning to picking has been hard with every pluck but down the E string results in multiple strings hit. Does anyone know of any good Rocksmith practice charts/songs and or any advice to help smooth the learning process?



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Offline   Skoosh

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Try this video, this is a great place for lessons.