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It is usually three to four inches shorter than the length of the bow.
On a 4-string bass the one nearet you leg (and the higghest sounding note) is G. The next one up is D, then A and finally E. On a 5 string you also have C, after the E
Absolutely not. While the first four strings on a guitar are tuned to the same notes on a bass guitar (E, A, D, and G), the bass guitar is tuned an octave lower, and requires …a thicker gauge of strings. Interchanging the strings at pitch is not ideal, if not impossible. Furthermore, their sounds are very distinct from each other.
A longbow is a type of bow that is tall (roughly equal to the height of the person who uses it); this will allow its user a fairly long draw, at least to the jaw (the average …length of the Mary Rose arrowshafts is 75 cm/30 in).
The long bow was a weapon used in the medieval times.
The top two strings of a bass guitar (I assume you're referring to a traditional 4 string bass guitar, not a 5 or 6 string) are not necessarily the most played. … However, they may be the most noticeable sounds emanating from the guitar when they are played because of their higher frequency. The human ear is much better at distinguishing the difference between high frequency sounds than it is for low frequency, so to the untrained ear it may appear as if the higher notes are being played more often than the lower notes. The lower strings are commonly used in novice and simple bass rhythms as they are the closest to the thumb and do not require the guitarist to stretch his hand as much as he would if he were to play the higher strings.
it is cause the string bass has 4 strings so it belongs to the string family lol :D
If mean what is standard 6 string tuning its B-E-A-D-G-C
Your Bass Strings are usually fed through a hole at the base of your bass. (The metal fixing at the bottom) one end of your strings should have stoppers at the end, feed the t…he opposite end through first, then attatch your strings too the tune keys and wind up, Good Luck
I know of four types of tuning. Standard=EADG, drop D=DADG, half step down, low B=BEAD, drop C=CADG. I am sure there are others.
The double bass is much like the string bass, but it is also known as an upright bass, and commonly used in symphonies. It can be played with fingers, (pizzicato) but is usual…ly played with a bow, like a violin. It looks like a big violin, and is played with the bottom of it, (opposite of where you tune the strings) at your feet, and the top around where your head is, while you are sitting down.
From thickest string to thinnest, (lowest in pitch to highest in pitch) B E A D G C. From a regular four string bass, it has one lower string and one higher string.
Well, for one, string bass strings are a lot longer than electric bass strings. I wouldn't recommend putting string bass strings on an electric bass and vice versa.
There's nothing really "by the book" on this , the first basses had four strings cause of the upright ! Then someone had the idea of adding a fift string and a sixt and more a…nd more... the most i've seen yet is twelve ! As for tuning, i use low F#, B, E, A, D, G, C and if i was to go up to 8 strings i would add a low C# ! Yes there is such a string, i beleive there are two-three makers out there !
a 4 string bass is E (thickest) A D G (thinest) on a 5 string bass B (thickest) E A D G (thinnest)
No. Bass is tuned in fourths, so going up you have E-A-D-G. Cello is tuned in fifths so you have C-G-D-A.
The Double Bass is the largest, and lowest pitched, instrument in the orchestral family of string instruments. It is played by using a bow, also known as arco, or plucking the… strings, known as pizzicato. The Double Bass is a transposing instrument and plays notes an octave lower than they are written. It is tuned in fourths, rather than fifths like other stringed instruments, and the names of the strings are, from lowest to highest, E, A, D and G.