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General Brand Oip MM2 Spec Condition New Features Features Lovely electric bass guitar has four thick strings instead of six thin strings, although it is possible to get a bass guitar with six or even twelve strings
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- Lovely 4 String Electric Bass Guitar has four thick strings instead of six thin strings, although it is possible to get a bass guitar with six or even twelve strings
- Body of an electric bass tends to be bigger than the body of a regular electric guitar
- The neck of the acoustic electric bass guitar is also usually longer than the neck of a regular electric guitar
- Digits can pluck, strum or even slap the bass guitar's strings to produce a deep sound
- This 4 String Electric Bass Guitar produces the familiar heartbeat sound common to most songs that include a bass guitar
- Primarily, the electric bass guitar is played with the fingers or thumbs rather a pick
- Playing the 4 String Electric Bass Guitar not for rhythm but for melody generally means playing with a pick, however
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How to Play Electric Bass Guitar?
The bass guitar is a staple of nearly any type of band. You play the electric bass guitar a lot like a standard guitar, although the bass has only four strings. Follow these steps and you'll be playing bass like a pro.
- Set up your bass guitar. Plug in the amplifier and the instrument, and turn it to a reasonable volume
- Practice playing one note on one string. The way your hand acts on the strings is ultra-important for the bass. Get used to repetitive one-note playing
- Practice switching strings. Play a series of notes that goes up or down from one string to the next
- Choose a pick style of play or a non-pick style. Picking is probably easier, but it's your choice. Stick to one or the other until you get comfortable
- Draw a fretboard. Study where notes are on the fretboard. The four strings of a bass guitar are tuned the same as the four bottom strings of a guitar, so they have the same notes in the same places
- Speed up slowly. Work on gradually improving your speed. Taking it too fast can lead to discouragement
- Learn advanced bass guitar with tools like scales and tablature. Study how your bass guitar idols play. Each has his or her own style that can be instructive
- Look for bass guitar "tablature" that shows how bass solos or bass lines are played. You don't need music theory to read tablature, and for a bassist, who doesn't use as many notes, it is practical
- Don't use a guitar amplifier for your bass guitar. Using a regular guitar amplifier can hurt the amp if it doesn't have enough low register to process the sound of your bass. The amp doesn't have to be huge, but it has to be made for bass guitar playing
About Electric Bass Guitars
The bass-guitar player in a band may get some hard knocks for being the least talented musician on the stage, but that is only when he is the least talented musician. A great electric-bass player can make this undeservedly disrespected musical instrument become the centerpiece of the ban
- Significance: The electric bass guitar is a significant part of a musical combo because it provides, in conjunction with the drums, the rhythm upon which the melody rides. The bass is part of the timekeeping mechanism that keeps the rest of the band in time with each other. That is the traditional function of the electric bass guitar, at any rate. In some bands, such as New Order, the electric bass actually takes on the role of driving the melody
- Features: Primarily, the electric bass guitar is played with the fingers or thumb rather a pick. The digits can pluck, strum or even slap the bass guitar's strings to produce a deep sound. This method of playing produces the familiar heartbeat sound common to most songs that include a bass guitar. Playing the bass guitar not for rhythm but for melody generally means playing with a pick, however
- Identification: Most electric bass guitars look exactly like a regular electric guitar with a few notable exceptions. For one thing, an electric bass guitar has four thick strings instead of six thin strings, although it is possible to get a bass guitar with six or even twelve strings. The body of a bass guitar tends to be bigger than the body of a regular electric guitar. The neck of a bass guitar is also usually longer than the neck of a regular electric guitar
- Considerations: The price for an electric bass guitar can vary wildly, usually depending upon the sophistication of the instrument or the brand name slapped onto it. The kind of bass guitar that a person would want to own for playing in a band is usually going to run at least a few hundred dollars. A top-of-the-line bass can well into four figures
- Types: Electric bass guitars can come either with or without frets. The frets on a guitar are the horizontal divisions separate the semitones on the fingerboard. A fretless bass is preferred by some players because the lack of frets allows the strings to be pressed directly against the fingerboard, thus creating allowing the player to produce far more expressive sounds using techniques like glissando and vibrato
- Types: Another differentiation between types of electric bass guitar has to do with the number of strings that are attached. The standard bass guitar has four strings tuned to E, A, D and G. An alternative to the four-string bass is the five-string bass that is tuned to B, E, A, D and G and offers the benefits of an extended lower range. The six-string bass is tuned to B, E, A, D, G and C. The six-string bass is very rare and usually specific to genres such as jazz and Latin music
- Warning: Even the most expensive and well-made electric bass guitar won't sound great unless you invest in a quality tuner. Look for one that allows fine tuning and can hold pitch. Pickups are also important. Bass pickups come in two varieties: active and passive. Both are equally good choices, but be aware that the battery life and battery replacement on active pickups should be considered a viable issue, as you may have to replace the battery quite often
How to Clean Upright Bass Strings
A talented musician plucks the strings of an upright bass with his fingers or plays with a bow to produce quality sound. Taking care of an upright bass--an instrument that costs several thousand dollars--is an essential part of a musician's routine. Neglecting to clean and tune the upright bass could result in a poor performance from the musician while on stage. Whether you play an upright bass in an orchestra or a rockabilly band, an owner of an upright bass must protect the investment made in this instrument
Things You'll Need:
- Steel wool pad
- Rubbing alcohol
- Petroleum jelly
- Remove heavy deposits of rosin on the strings with a steel wool pad. Rub the steel wool pad onto the strings to break up and remove large chunks of rosin. Apply a small amount of rubbing alcohol to a clean cloth and rub the strings where the steel wool pad removed the rosin
- Loosen a string on the upright bass enough to make room for your hand between the string and the body of the bass. Place a dime-sized amount of petroleum jelly on a clean cloth. Grip the loose string with the petroleum side of the cloth. Rub the string--from the top to the bottom--with the rag while applying firm pressure. Tighten the string and repeat with the other three strings on the bass
- Clean your strings after each practice or performance. Rub a dry, clean cloth up and down the length of each string. Cleaning the strings after each time the hands are in contact reduces the amount of acidity on the strings, resulting in a longer life for the strings
Tips & Warnings
- Designate a time in your daily schedule for cleaning your upright bass
- Keep a clean cloth in your case for cleaning the upright bass while on the road
- Avoid contact of rubbing alcohol with the varnish of an upright bass to prevent permanent stains
- 1 x Oip MM2 Electric Bass Guitar
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