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Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by Matt Ten, Dec 8, 2020.
Here you find a collection of 100 famous BASS LINES with TABS and NOTATION!
Matt, very good!
One thing I would suggest if you don’t mind. There are a good number of places where you use an eighth note followed by an eighth rest. It is usually easier to write it - and read it - if you write it as a staccato quarter note. The same suggestion applies to sixteenth notes followed by a sixteenth rest. Writing it as a staccato eighth note makes it easier to read. For those who have no choice other than sight reading (e.g., a sit-in player), small changes such as the aforementioned help quite a bit.
Thanks, Matt. Been feeling a bit uninspired recently...might make it a project to work through all these.
Weird coincidence that #68 is in 6/8 time.
Thanks! I appreciated your comment and I agree with you that staccato articulation makes reading more fluid
Great selection of basslines played. Thanks for sharing them with us. Cheers
Thank you very much!