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[The secret to improving the bass] How to hold a perfect fifth A trick to play a fast tempo bass line!Easy!

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The baseline is generally built around the root note of the chord.Perfect fifths are most often used for non-root sounds.A pattern that repeats these two sounds also appears frequently.The root and perfect fifth are located on the same fret or 5nd fret of the adjacent strings.3 principles of left hand position and fingeringYou can also hold it according to the above, but you can easily play it with the double stop left hand form at the baseline that repeats the route and perfect fifth at high speed.

The table stop is used when playing two notes at the same time.Can also be applied to a bass line that repeats two notes.Introducing 5 types of left-handed forms for a route and a perfect fifth double stop..There are two types of forms that hold the root and a perfect fifth up, and four types of forms that hold the root and a perfect fourth down.

The relative relationship between a perfect fifth above and a perfect fourth below the root is the same as a perfect fifth above and a perfect fifth below if the root is a perfect fifth.The same left-handed form can be used with a root and a perfect fourth repeat pattern.

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Perfect fifth above the route

Style 1a on the low position side, style 2a on the high position sideUse the form of.Hold the root with index finger 1 and hold the ring finger 3 + little finger 4 or ring finger 3 for a perfect fifth.Middle finger 5 holds the string that holds the perfect fifth.If you play two notes at the same time with a double stop, you can press the root and a perfect fifth at the same time.If you want to repeat two sounds at a slow tempo, loosen the finger that does not make a sound a little and mute the sound.There is no extra reverberation and it feels tight.It is good to use it properly according to the atmosphere of the music.

Practice 1a

Practice the following staff example with the left-hand form of style 1a.

* The number is the finger number of the right hand in the case of two fingers.Start with a slow tempo and try to reach around 250BPM.

Practice 2a

Let's practice the following staff example in the form of style 2a.

Root and perfect fourth down

A perfect fourth below is an octave below a perfect fifth.Frequently appearing patterns at baselineis. There are four types of left-handed forms.These forms can be used freely on either the low position side or the high position side...You can use the left-handed form properly according to the context of the baseline and the nuances you want to express.

Styles 1b and 2bTilt your wrist slightly so that your thumb grips the entire neck slightly above the center of the neck.You should be able to do this form naturally.The thumb may wrap around from the top of the neck to the fingerboard side...When playing a pick, it is convenient because the XNUMXth string side can be muted with the thumb of the left hand.

Practice 1b

Let's practice the following staff example in the form of style 1b.

* The number is the finger number of the right hand in the case of two fingers.Start with a slow tempo and try to reach around 250BPM.

Practice 2b

Let's practice the following staff example in the form of style 2b.

Style 3b is a form in which two strings are pressed simultaneously with one index finger.Style 1b is a form with index finger 2 and middle finger 4.Middle finger 2 will be easier to hold if you dive a little under index finger 1..

Practice 3b

Let's practice the following staff example in the form of style 3b.

* The number is the finger number of the right hand in the case of two fingers.Start with a slow tempo and try to reach around 250BPM.

Practice 4b

Let's practice the following staff example in the form of style 4b.

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Three principles of fingeringThere are other convenient ways to hold it.So that's it.

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