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Bass Chords


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What I do with my students is get them to work out chord formulae (e.g. m7b5 would be Root, b3, b5, b7), then pick a root (e.g. B in your case) and figure the notes out (e.g. BDFA). I have a printout of the bass fretboard which I give them, and they put all the notes on the fingerboard for that given chord, and when they have done that they can work out the different voicings and inversions for the chord, and pick the ones they like best.

I recommend this over any chord book really, it doesn't take long for each chord, and it helps you see the chords more clearly, both for playing chords and for arpeggios etc.

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