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Clarke, Stanley — Seventh Chord Exercise bass tabs


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This is a perfect excercise consiting of seventh chords for Stanley Clarke
fans. It isn't a real song but sounds
good and may be intresting to include in a solo.



Tuning: standart EADG

G———————13————12—————11————10—————9————8—————7————6—————5————4—————3—————2—————
D—————12————11—————10—————9—————8————7—————6————5—————4————3—————2—————1———————
A—————————12———————————10——————————8——————————6——————————4———————————2—————————
E——12———————————10———————————8——————————6———————————4—————————2———————————————0

These are basically only two positions your fingers have to memorise — for the
first which is played on the E string you use your forefinger for the E string,
the middle finger for the D string and the ring finger for the G string. For
the
second one which is played on the A string you use your middle finger for the
A,
the forefinger for the D and the ring finger for the G string...

If you do this several times you'll get amazingly fast and it helps you to
become
more exact with both hands.


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