6 simple short bass lines for transcribing practice (good for ear and rhythm notation training)

When you are starting out with transcribing, a whole song can be a little overwhelming. A practice buddy is a great idea: he plays a part and you try to play it be ear (and eventually write it down if you practice music / rhytm notation).

…but you don’t always have a buddy for practice around. So I prepared 6 simple short bass lines for transcribing  / ear training  / rhythm  notaton practice.

First: you have the line played once. Then you have it played looped, so you can “get it” easier. You can just try to play it by ear or (if you are more ambitious) try to write it down in a notation software like guitar pro.

Check the tabs / music notation later in the pdf file or download the guitar pro file if you prefer using gp. There is also an exported midi file.

Have fun practicing.

basslinesheader


Played once:

Looped:

Download music notation / tabs pdf file

Download Guitar Pro file

Download midi file


bassline2

Played once:

Looped:

Download music notation / tabs pdf file

Download Guitar Pro file

Download midi file


bassline3

Played once:

Looped:

Download music notation / tabs pdf file

Download Guitar Pro file

Download midi file


bassline4

Played once:

Looped:

Download music notation / tabs pdf file

Download Guitar Pro file

Download midi file


bassline5

Played once:

Looped:

Download music notation / tabs pdf file

Download Guitar Pro file

Download midi file


 

bassline6

Played once:

Looped:

Download music notation / tabs pdf file

Download Guitar Pro file

Download midi file

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