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Bass Lessons — Bass Fingerboard Chart bass tabs


BASS FINGER BOARD CHART (in sharps)
TUNING: NONE
BY: *—JESSICA—*

This is the fingerboard chart for a 4 string bass guitar. The
finger board chart shows the note for each fret and string, this
is a very important part of playing bass is knowing where the
notes on the bass is and this chart is the key if you memorize it.
To make it easier I put the notes, tabs and most used accidentals.
Any questions ask your bass teacher or e—mail me.

The periods represent fretlines

G. G#. A. A#. B. C. C#. D. D#. E. F. F#. G.
D. D#. E. F. F#. G. G#. A. A#. B. C. C#. D.
A. A#. B. C. C#. D. D#. E. F. F#. G. G#. A.
E. F. F#. G. G#. A. A#. B. C. C#. D. D#. E.

0——1———2——3——4———5——6———7——8——9———10—11——12

MOST USED ACCIDENTALS:
C C# D Eb E F F# G G# A Bb B C

Accidentals are the 2nd half of a note meaning:
In a flat or sharp note there are 2 ways of determining what note
it is. For example a G# is also an Ab but it is determined as a G#
because that is the accidental that is most commonly heard.
For example an A# is also a Bb but it is said as Bb because that is
the accidental that is most commonly said and heard.
There are many others, so by memorizing the accidentals you
know which accidental is most used if your talking about sharps
and flats.

#= sharp
b= flat

GOOD LUCK!;)
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