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How to Read & Find Bass Guitar Tabs For Your Favorite Songs
Want to play all of your favorite songs on bass? Learn where to find the bass guitar tabs you need in this guide by San Diego teacher Justine D... Guitar and bass tablature, or bass tabs, is a kind of musical notation that focuses on fretted finger placement rather than the actual pitches. It can help you sharpen your listening skills, try out new skills and techniques, and — of course — learn your favorite songs’ bass lines! In this blog post, we’ll cover where you can find bass guit
What is an Acoustic Bass Guitar? A Look at the Instrument
If you’ve ever seen or heard an MTV Unplugged concert, you’ve probably seen and heard an acoustic bass guitar. This is a hollow body instrument that is the size of an acoustic guitar, but has the sound of a bass. In the 1980s and 1990s, rock bands would perform their electric guitar songs with acoustic guitars, and bassists could be heard or seen playing these instruments that are not too common in the world of music. But if they made it all the way to the MTV screens for decades, why h
Learn Bass Guitar: How to Play a Walking Bass Line in 3 Steps
Looking for a way to make your bass lines move? Bass guitar teacher Miller W. shares his three step plan to creating walking bass lines... The walking bass line is one of the most fundamental parts of American music. It is found most commonly in blues and jazz, but as you learn bass guitar, you will hear its influence in almost any style of music. A walking bass line provides a strong rhythmic and harmonic foundation by smoothly moving from each chord to the next using four quarter notes pe