ویدیو آموزش آکوردهای ماژور با پایه سیم ۴ گیتار باس
روزانه ۱۵ دقیقه تا ۳۰ دقیقه این تمرین را انجام دهید.
پیشنهاد میکنیم سرعت مترونم را بین ۵ تا ۱۰ bpm بالا ببرید.
What is a Chord?
A chord is a group of notes played together at the same time. Bassists don’t play chords as often as guitarists or pianists do. This is because playing several low-pitched notes at the same time can sound muddy. Playing chords on bass can sometimes fill up too much sonic space competing with the rest of the band. It can be done, but must be done with care.Instead of playing chords directly, bassists outline the notes of chords. Bassists emphasize the individual notes that make up chords. By outlining the notes of chords a bassist implies the sound of a particular chord.
I always explain to students it’s like guitarists say a whole word (e.g. “dog”), while bassists spell it out (e.g. “D” “O” “G”). We get the same point across, but in a different way.
To give you an example, a C major chord is created by playing a combination of the notes C, E, and G at the same time. As a bass player I can create the impression of a C major chord in the bassline by outlining the notes C, E, and G individually. I could play them in order, repeat notes, change the order, etc. If I played C-C-E-E-G-G-E-E, I would be implying the sound of a C major chord.
If you studied some of the common bass pattern lessons, you’ve already learned some important notes that outline chords. The root, fifth, and seventh are all notes from common chords.