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
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