I'm sure there's plenty of you guys here that play other instruments other then bass.. well, before i pose my question, let's share a little history first. I started on the piano at a very young age. The piano is a very useful tool even if you dont want to play it seiously, it's like musical chart layed out in front of you for any reference.. well anyways, i played piano for a solid 7 years before starting to dabble on the guitar. After moving (geographically) and had a change of lifestyle, the piano lesson stopeed and the guitar became my primary instrument. I actually wanted to do bass guitar, but parents assured me i'd get more out of it if i did guitar. Well that's the truth, i felt comfortable with the bass guitar while playin the 6 string. As my taste started going towards classical, i started to really pay attention to more music and took a lil classical guitar lessons. Now here's my question.... when playin piano, i read both trebble and bass clef.. have no trouble there.. and then guitar, only treble clef.. i've gotten so used to the treble clef (cause i've been expose to THAT clef most) that whenever i open up hte bass book, my first reaction is always to play it in trble notes. another contributing factor is that the bass is tuned in 4th, just like guitars, so i can almost think of it as the first 4 strings on the guitar, which i'm used to reading in treble clef!! so is there a way you guys handle this real confusing problem?