- Awesome, so we checked out the key of F.…Let's move on to a new key.…So, here we go to B flat,…and this has an additional flatted note,…and that is to E flat, so the only two flats…are B flat and E flat.…So, that's just written in the key signature,…and throughout the entire piece, keep that mind.…So, are you guys ready?…Let's check out this next example.…Here we go.…(rhythmic tapping)…(bass guitar music and drumming)…All right, great job you guys.…
So, we just played the B flat major scale.…And now let's move on to the moderate jazz blues in B flat.…So, you'll also see here natural signs…that will cancel out the flat signs…that are in the key signature.…Now, all these naturals, flats…and sharps are all called accidentals.…So, an accidental applies to any of those…three different types of symbols.…So, let's check out this next example,…and I hope you have fun with it.…
Here we go.…(rhythmic tapping)…(slow jazz music)…
Note: This course was created and produced by Alfred Music. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Buying a bass
- Tuning your bass
- Holding your bass
- Left-hand technique
- Getting acquainted with music and tablature
- Notes on the first three strings
- The natural minor scale
- Sharps and naturals
- Key signatures and the major scale
- Ties and quarter notes
- Rock bass and heavy metal licks with syncopation
- Playing chords
- Playing licks from the 1950s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Notes on the First Three Strings
3. More Notes, Scales, and Accidentals
4. Introducing Keys and Eighth Notes
5. New Rhythms, Techniques, and Keys
6. Playing Up the Neck and a New Key
7. New Rhythms and Keys
8. Chords and More
9. Licks from Different Eras
Conclusion and credits2m 3s
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