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Don't Fret Note Map For Bass
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Don't Fret Note Map For Bass

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Nicholas Ravagni
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Guitar Educational
Catalog # 00695707

Price: $9.95

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Product Description

Don't Fret Note Map For Bass Composed by Nicholas Ravagni. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695707, UPC: 073999957075)

It's never been easier to learn to play bass guitar! Whether you're a beginner just starting out, or an experienced bassist who wants to learn to read music, the Don't Fret Note Map(TM) for Bass will give you the tools you need to succeed. This unique map fits most full-size electric or acoustic bass guitars (34 inch. scale length) and shows note names and locations across the entire fretboard. Using a color-coded method for reading music, it also accelerates finger memory. The map is made of cling vinyl and uses no fasteners or adhesives, so it will not affect tone or playability. Just put it on and start playing! Includes music instruction and three simple color-coded songs to play.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE NEWTON/PAICH/HAWKINS  
ODE TO JOY BEETHOVEN/VAN DYKE  
SNAKE CHARMER RAVAGNI,NICHOLAS  

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