Posted by Benjamin on October 13, 2008 Filed under: bass, bassguitar, Lessons, pictures
A pretty discovery, via Steve Lawson‘s shared feed. Train hits boy (don’t ask me!), aka Wayne, has produced a brilliant coded map of the fretboard, covering standard tuning on a 4 string bass:
Very handy! Print, memorize and then program into your brain and fingers!
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That’s a student of mine called Wayne – very resourceful and talented graphics chap… expect more from him soon, I’m sure!
He gets a cheer from me:) I hope there’s a 5 and 6 string version soon!
Thanks guys. Happy to share it amongst the community as long as its linked to my flickr page. As mentioned there I will put together a fairly concise list of diagrams as and when I learn them myself.
Partly because I think the bass community deserves a little colour and partly because the process of designing them helps me learn too.
Cool – always link and credit, least I can do! The bass world looks forward to your future creations!
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I haven’t played since I sold my Dual Showman W/2 bottoms(1969). I just got the itch, thank God I kept my gibson single pick up bass. I bought a BA115 and started playing again!!! I LOVE IT!
Thanks this really came in handy with a student of mine, will be showing this to everyone
thanks i do enjoy it
I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme.
Did you create this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it
for you? Plz answer back as I’m looking to design my own blog
and would like to know where u got this from.
My page – simpsons tapped out game faq
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