This topic is something I’ve thought about a lot. I would like to set up a topic that has all the information in one place but working out what that road map should be is not my forte. That information would be better coming from @JoshFossgreen or @Gio since both are bass teachers.
One thing I have done is look at this video as an outline for what I need to know.
Are You an Intermediate Bass Player? (Here’s How to Know)
I’m not there… yet.
I think the hard part is we all go from Josh holding our hand and gently moving us through the course to here’s this list, I’ve given you all the tools, now make it happen.
There’s nothing wrong with that but it is one hell of a shocking transition. Also, some of the things on that list lend themselves more toward experience playing with others and playing in different environments (Knowing Your Equipment).
As somebody with a disability, it can be really tough getting out and even tougher finding others willing to work around my disabilities. I would gladly pay for a follow up course that focused on just going through the list.
Something along the lines of this…
Beginner To BadAss gave you all the tools you need.
Better Than BadAss will walk you through getting the most out of those tools.
Other than that I would like to see…
BadAss Ears - That walks you through what you need to practice to be able to Play by Ear.
Is this the kind of thing you were looking for @gcancella?