Here, we introduce fingering techniques that put less strain on the left hand.
The electric bass fingering method is generally 1 position 1 frets, which assigns one finger to 4 fret..It seems that many schools treat this as a basic position.
However, people with small hands have a hard time playing with this 1 position and 4 frets...You may stretch your fingers forcibly, or your wrists may become loose and the strings may not be pressed firmly.If you overdo it, you may hurt your hands.
Then, isn't a person with small hands suitable for bass?
No, it's not.You just have to play according to the size of your hand.There is a strategy to play the electric bass freely even for people with small hands1 position 3 frets fingering method.
The only difference in range between the 3rd and 4th frets is a semitone.There is always a position shift when playing an actual baseline or solo.The part that lacks a semitone can be supplemented by moving the position for one fret..
The length of your fingers cannot be changed by practicing,The speed and accuracy of position movement can be covered by practice.
By all means,"1 position 3 frets fingering method"Please experience.