Discover ideas about Bass Guitar Scales. An overview of the major pentatonic scale for the bass, one of the simplest bass scales. Learn how to play a major. Discover ideas about Escalas De Bajo. Bass Guitar Place: Bass Guitar Scales: Major and Minor Scale. Escalas De BajoAcordes De GuitarraInstrumentos. escalas y modos para aprender a tocar la guitarra. diagrams above show the sharp and flat versions of note names on the two bass strings – every fretted scale in .. Acordes y Escalas para Bajo (Bass Chords and Scales).
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Post on Nov 1. It is designed for the guitar player wanting to change over to the world of the Cuban Tres Guitar. I did it and I never went back. This book will an the C tuning and any Cuban Tres Guitar tuned to D will just modulate up a whole step.
TuningThe first courses of strings The ones on top are tuned to a G in octaves. The first string is tuned to a low Octave G and usually about a 24 gage. The second string is tuned to a higher G and usually about an 11 gage.
The second courses of strings The ones in the middle are tuned to a C in unison. The third string is tuned to a C and usually about a 14 gage.
The fourth string is tuned to a C and usually about a 14 gage.
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The last courses of strings The ones on the escwlas are tuned to an E in octaves. The fifth string is tuned to a higher E and is usually about an 11 gage. The sixth string is tuned to a low octave E and is usually about a 24 gage.
Chord fingeringsThe Cuban Tres Guitar, having only three courses is played as if it were a three string instrument. Being that as it is, you chordw only be able to play three note chords. Your basic Triad Chords are the easiest to learn because there are only three ways to play a Major Triad and only three ways to play a Minor Triad. The way to choose the correct fingering is to decide which of the three courses you will play the root on, then find that root note on your neck, and finally select the proper fingering that goes with that course.
If your root is on the top course, the G stringsthen you will be selecting the first position fingering. Cbords your root note is on the middle course, the C strings ,Cuban Tres Guitar Chord and Scale Book by Rudy Furlan copyright then you will be selecting the second position fingering. If your root is on the parw course, the E strings then you will be selecting the third position fingering. The illustrations below show where the notes can be found on the neck. The first illustration shows all the flat notes and the second illustration shows all the sharp notes.
Escalas y Acordes Para Tres Cubano
Next decide which fingering to use depending on which course your root note is on. Use the following charts to find the proper Major or Minor Triad Fingering. The numbers on the chord charts represent which finger to use. Refer to the illustration to the right. Second Position Find the root with your 2 finger on the C strings. Second Position Find the root with your 3 finger on the C strings. Second Position Find the Root with your 3 finger on the C strings.
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Since we can only play chords with three notes on a Cuban Tress Guitar, then we have to pick which notes we want to hear. If someone else in the group is playing the root, then we can play the third, the fifth and the seventh.
To play a Major 7th chord: Find the third of the chord and treat it as if it were the tonic. Then build a Minor triad on that note. To make a C Major 7th chord we would play an E Minor triad.
To play a Minor 7th chord: Then build a Major triad on that note.
To make am A Minor 7th chord we would play a C Major triad. To bsjo a Dominant 7th chord: Find the third of the Chord and treat it as if it were the tonic. Then build a Diminished triad on that note. To make an E7 chord we would play a G Diminished triad.
To play a Minor 7th flat 5 chord: To make a B Minor 7 flat 5 chord we would play D Minor triad. To play a Dominant 7th flat 9 chord: Find the seventh of the chord and treat it as if it were the tonic. To make an E7 flat 5 chord we would play a D Diminished triad.
To play a Major 6th chord: Find the sixth of the chord and treat it as if it were the tonic. To make a C6th we would play an A Minor triad. To play a Minor 6th chord: To make an E Minor 6th we would play a C Diminished triadChord ChartIn the chord charts below, the numbers in the circles are your finger numbers.
An O over a set of strings represents an open course. To the left of each chord is a reference to fret number. Each shape shall represent a pure triad or 3rd, 5th and 7th of a seventh chord whether it is Major 7th, Minor 7th or Dominant 7th.
The numbers in acprdes chart are the finger numbers. The numbers to the left of the chart reference a fret number. For every scale we are illustrating seven finger patterns. They are all small parts of scalew whole scale as it is played through-out the neck All Major and Minor scales shown here are diatonic meaning seven notes.
As in all music styles, chromatic embellishments are often explored. When all the chords of a progression fall within the natural diatonic scale, then embellishments are usually used to lead up to a natural note of the scale. A few examples would be that in a Major scale you can embellish up to the third note of the scale and in a Minor scale you can embellish up to the fifth note of the scale. You dont have to stop with flatted thirds or flatted fifths.
By all means experiment where ever you can and find your own sounds. One of my favorite out bajjo scale notes is the flatted fifth as used in a minor scale. I have been known to hang on that adn and sometimes never resolve. Another example would be in the key of A minor.
When the progression goes to an F chord my melody can drop from F chromatically down to Eb and stay there creating an F7 chord. A very powerful sound! These phrases are repeated over and over. Key of A minor. Goes between E7 and A chorfs. The parenthasis indicate groups that they recorded or performed with. Buena Vista Social ClubThis escallas is probably my greatest inspiration. The kind where every single track is a hit!