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Nousche's approach notes in Bossa rhythm

krzyskrzys New
edited April 2023 in Technique Posts: 136

Hello,

It sounds like Nousche sometimes plays half step approach notes on the E or D string, on the upbeat before a chord change. I can't seem to find him doing it in any live videos and the technique stumps me. Anyone else hear it? Around 1:10 and 1:27 it is prominent. Nice effect.


rudolfochrist

Comments

  • JasonSJasonS New
    Posts: 51

    Yep, you'll often hear bassists do those approach notes. When going from the V to I it can be cool to do an approach note from a half step above the tonic, especially if you hear the soloist playing altered lines over the V.

    rudolfochrist
  • krzyskrzys New
    Posts: 136

    Yeah totally. I want to see how Nousche has incorporated them into a smooth Bossa rhythm. Anyone know if this is demonstrated on the DC Music courses? I have volume 2 and it is not.

  • guitarmikeguitarmike Montreal, Quebec✭✭ Old French Gypsy Guitar
    Posts: 112

    It’s on YouTube. Nousche teaching Bossa ( For Sephora DC Music School )

  • krzyskrzys New
    Posts: 136

    He doesn't do it in that video.

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