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The Brown’stone: Modes, Triads, & the 2-5-1 (Part 2)

The Brown’stone: Modes, Triads, & the 2-5-1 (Part 2)

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown shares a fantastic exercise that will help you play almost any progression anywhere on the fretboard.

The Brown’stone: Playing Changes Using The Modes (Part 1)

The Brown’stone: Playing Changes Using The Modes (Part 1)

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown shows us a great way to play through changes in one position on the fretboard. This lesson will definitely help with soloing, walking basslines, or coming up with your own original basslines.

The Brown’stone: Developing A Great Practice Routine

The Brown’stone: Developing A Great Practice Routine

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown answers one of the most common questions he gets asked on a very regular basis. This week he’s talking about developing an effective and productive practice routine.

The Brown’stone: The Modes Made Simple on Bass

The Brown’stone: The Modes Made Simple on Bass

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown talks about one of his favorite subjects. It’s the one thing he gets asked a lot: THE MODES. This lesson breaks them down in a way that will eliminate all confusion.

The Brown’stone: The Funkiest Note in the World!

The Brown’stone: The Funkiest Note in the World!

To start off this new Brown’stone lesson, Rich Brown says "We're not messing around today." Why? Because he's showing us the funkiest note in the world (and how to use it in your lines).

The Brown’stone: Odd Time Signatures on Bass Made Easy

The Brown’stone: Odd Time Signatures on Bass Made Easy

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown is talking about a subject he gets asked about quite a bit. He’s taking us through his approach to playing so-called “odd-time” signatures.

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The Brown’stone: The ocaJ Exercise & Bass Lesson

The Brown’stone: The ocaJ Exercise & Bass Lesson

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown takes us through his favorite Jaco Pastorius exercise. But not only that, he shows us his version of the exercise, played in reverse.

The Brown’stone: The Only Arpeggio Exercise You Need

The Brown’stone: The Only Arpeggio Exercise You Need

This week in The Brown'stone, Rich Brown says, "This might be the simplest excercise I've ever given... but it'll probably keep busy for the rest of your life.” Check out this lesson Rich calls “The Only Arpeggio Exercise You Need”.

The Brown’stone: The Essential Key to Unlocking the 2-5-1 Chord Progression

The Brown’stone: The Essential Key to Unlocking the 2-5-1 Chord Progression

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown takes a look at a great way to practice when playing over the II-V-I chord progression. These tips and exercises open up the mind (and the fretboard).

The Brown’stone: The Most Beautiful Sequential Exercise

The Brown’stone: The Most Beautiful Sequential Exercise

This week in The Brown’stone, Rich Brown takes us through one of his favorite sequential patterns to play on major and minor scales. He loves this exercise because it’s so beautifully melodic and can easily be applied to any musical situation.

The Brown’stone: Play Great Fills and Solos Using Pentatonics

The Brown’stone: Play Great Fills and Solos Using Pentatonics

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown is staying with the Pentatonic Scale. This lesson will get you grooving and playing great fills using the three Pentatonic shapes he discussed in the previous lesson.

The Brown’stone: The Mother of All Pentatonic Exercises

The Brown’stone: The Mother of All Pentatonic Exercises

This week in The Brown’stone on No Treble, Rich Brown shares the mother of all pentatonic exercises. This one is going to be a workout, but it’ll be well worth it.