Basic Slap Bass


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This book will help you develop your slap technique. These suggestions will help you maintain an even
overall sound:
2. Only hit the string you want to sound.
In this book,slap techniques are labeled as follows:
TThumb attack
XDead note (String attacked as indicated,but not allowed to ring. These are notated using
the open string on which they are attacked.)
UThumb-up stroke (thumb pulls up from under the string)
SSlide
HHammer on (no attack with slapping hand)
PPull string with first or second finger
LLift finger from previous note to the note with the L above it
Slurs show when notes are sounded without a right-hand attack,as in hammers,slides,and lifts.
Only the first note of a slurred group is articulated with the right hand.
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TThumb slap. Use a down-stroke attack with your thumb. These are generally the lower
PPull. Use your index finger to pull up on the string and sound the note. Pulled notes are
XMuted. Use your left hand to mute or
choke
the note. These are notated on any of the
open strings. You can play a muted note with regular fingering,or with a thumb slap,
pull,or hammer.
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These examples are basic slap grooves. Listen closely to your attacks and your overall sound. One
of the most challenging aspects of playing slap bass is maintaining an even,full,clear sound. Of
course,you can do some experimenting with the sound by adjusting the control knobs on your
bass and your amp,but a good sound always starts with your hands.
This lesson will use eighth-note grooves,focusing on the root and octave of the given chord.
To hear more of this type of bass playing,listen to artists such as Sly & the Family Stone and
Tuning Notes:E,A,D,and G strings,each played twice.
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Hammer on the muted notes in this example.
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In the following blank measures,write your own bass grooves for the chord indicated. Remember,the
goal is to outline the chord; start with the root,fifth,and octave. Model your own rhythms after those
used in the examples.






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