Can you pull off Pull-off Pentatonics?

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Pull-offs & hammer-ons are some of the coolest sounds on bass. Use them in a pentatonic context, though, and you may run into limitations…

Watch Pull-off Pentatonics to break free!

Sometimes box shapes can be a bit limiting because they offer just two notes per string. What if you want to do hammer-ons or pull-offs for more than two notes? You have to be on the same string in order to pull that off (pardon the pun!).

In this Talking Technique Episode I show you how to break free. Let’s connect them so that you can play pull-off pentatonics at your heart’s content. The idea is to combine the box shapes.

Don’t let fingering limitations direct what you can and cannot play – where there is a will, there is a way! It all has to do with the best fingering, as well as being fit when it comes to hammer-on and pull-off technique! It pays off to check this one out. Then come up with a few cool riffs!

 

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