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  1. The bass scales chart below shows three common bass scales (pentatonic minor, blues and major) as patterns on a fretboard. They show the scales as played on a 4 string bass with standard tuning. Scroll down to download a printable pdf version of the chart, with no log-in or sign-up required. Pentatonic Scale Bass Scales Chart: Pentatonic Scale ...

  2. 02/08/2022 · The chart below shows the neck of the bass, with the nut at the far left and the open string notes to the side. On any such chart you will come across the following symbols- ‘#’ indicating sharp notes (like F#) and ‘b’ indicating flat notes (like Gb). All of the full notes are known as natural notes. Bass Guitar Notation Chart

  3. The octave number is in the left column so to find the frequency of middle C which is C4, look down the "C" column til you get to the "4" row : so middle C is 261.6 Hz. Note Frequency Calculator and Player. Here is a utility courtesy of Colin Crawley which will calculate the frequencies of notes and can handle tunings other than A = 440Hz.

  4. With this information you can find any note on the neck of the bass, as long as you know the names of the open strings that you have already learned.( 4th=E, 3rd=A, 2nd=D, 1st=G) Natural Notes on the 4th String of the Bass. Below is a chart of all of the natural notes on the 4th string of the bass.

  5. So far, we've discussed how humans can hear from about 20Hz to 16kHz (20kHz at birth). As you would expect, the bass covers the low side of of this frequency spectrum. The fundamental range refers to the pure note range—not the upper harmonics. 4-String Fundamental Range. The fundamental range of a 4-string bass goes from about 40Hz to 400Hz.

  6. Chord Chart for 4-string instrument, ... Staff-Treble Clef with Note Names Music Paper. ... Staff and Tablature-Bass Clef-4 lines Music Paper.

  7. In the following example, we make the second highest note (G) of a Cmaj7 chord in root position, one octave lower so it becomes the bass note. The result is what we call a drop 2 chord: Drop 2 chords are built across adjacent strings (string sets 6543, 5432, and 4321) and have the following intervals: