The notes on the bass guitar fretboard are the notes A to G. There are seven notes, which repeat in various locations in different octaves up and down the neck of a four-string bass. More »

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The mnemonics "All Cows Eat Grass" and "Good Boys Do Fine Always" are used to remember the notes of the bass clef. They correspond to the ACEG space notes and the GBDFA line notes, respectively. More »

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The most famous bass clarinet player is often considered to be Eric Dolphy. However, because the bass clarinet is often used as a secondary instrument by clarinet players, many bass clarinet players are often primarily c... More »

The bass guitar doesn't lend itself well to playing chords the same way lead guitar does, because the low pitches of the notes can sound muddy when played simultaneously. A standard four-string bass contains strings tune... More »

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The pentatonic scale has five notes, as opposed to the more traditional seven, and it is played in the same shape at different locations on the fretboard. The pentatonic scale is crucial to playing lead guitar, but it is... More »

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The best way to learn guitar scales is to study the relationship between notes and memorize their places on the fretboard. Beginning guitar players should use major and minor diatonic scales the most at first, but they s... More »

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To play basic guitar chords, position the fingers on the fretboard and strum the appropriate strings. Giving the chords a pleasant sound requires the player to have strong strumming technique and knowledge of where the f... More »

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