Bass Guitar Tabs And Their Place In The Circle Of Life
Bass guitar tab is an extremely popular way of writing bass guitar music. If you are interested in
becoming a bass guitarist you need to get familiar with bass guitar music by playing the bass lines of
some of your favorite songs before you let your inner bass player off the chain. Utilizing this handy tool
you can learn how to be the bass player in a band quickly without getting too much into boring theory.
The bass player's job is simply to keep time. Nothing could be easier. Until you try to do it. So what is
actually involved? The bass guitar player keeps time by playing a 'bassline' which is usually a rhythmic'
sequence of notes. The bass player brings together the rhythmic playing of the drummer with the
melodies and chords played by the lead guitarist. Do you need to be a talented musician to do this? Yes
you do. The bass guitar player is the guy who switches off his brain and becomes one with the flow of
the music. He then switches his brain back on and become the designated driver for the rest of the
A novice bass guitarist may not immediately be able to follow (or lead) the rest of the band right from
the start. You might need some material to work with while you ease into the job. Bass guitar tab gives
the guitar player written directions on what to play to give the bass line to a song. Tablature is a written
representation of the strings of the guitar using numbers to show the frets. If you want to learn the bass
guitar quickly tab will help you. It is easy to pick up and to remember, and it enables you to learn the
riffs and phrases you need to give structure to your band's music.
A bass guitar tab is a picture of the fret board which can be drawn using Notepad on your computer or,
if you like, by hand. The frets are numbered on lines representing the guitar strings. If you have a four
string bass, the upper string is the G string, next the D string, the A string, and the E string. The numbers
below the lines ar