Mel Bay's Bass Scales Wall Chart features a beautiful photo of a 4-string electric bass labeled with string numbers, open string names, and the fret location of all the natural notes on the fretboard.... Read More
Mel Bay's Bass Scales Wall Chart features a beautiful photo of a 4-string electric bass labeled with string numbers, open string names, and the fret location of all the natural notes on the fretboard. A must-have for every bassist's studio, practice room, or bedroom wall.
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I like the poster except the size. The poster is 24X35 and a regular poster is 24X36. Otherwise I like it for reference as I learn the Bass.
The 1 star is just for dramatic effect. The locrian mode is wrong on this chart. The part on the 'G' uses a minor 3rd instead of the major 3rd.
This chart is a great chart for teachers to have in their office. The visual aid is something that I really needed while learning the theory behind my instrument and now that I am a teacher it is very important to me that my students are able to see and hear what I am explaining. If you are a self taught bassist, this chart might seem a little cryptic. Get a friend who knows theory and talk about what you see on this chart. Scales on bass are very important so having notes like this can really help if you know how to read them.
Allthe info is there however it is hard to read do to the wierd numbering