#1
so i can read music on tuba so im very familiar with prolly 3/4 of the way of the bass staff-a-ma-jiggy or whatever prolly up to D, and i want to be able to read bass music i was wondering any excercises or any what ever rly i can do do learn to read as quikly as possible
#3
yea thx that helps but how about taking that applying it to the fretboard is there any better method than just mindless memorization
#4
I suggest starting out with Modern Method 1 by William Leavitt, then working your way up to volume 2 & 3. IMO it's the best out there for sight-reading, and you'll also pick up a wealth of chord and scale knowledge along the way.
#5
yeah.. your best bet is to get a book and just practice!!
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so i can read music on tuba so im very familiar with prolly 3/4 of the way of the bass staff-a-ma-jiggy or whatever prolly up to D, and i want to be able to read bass music i was wondering any excercises or any what ever rly i can do do learn to read as quikly as possible



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