#1
i am trying to get into this band thats pretty popular and new around where im from the guy gave me some songs to learn for bass and im quite confused........

intro (Chorus): A C#m B E (3xs), A C#m B
verse: B C#m A E, then last line: B C#m A, E B
chorus: A C#m B E (3xs), A C#m B
verse
chorus
middle: C#m E A B, then last line: C#m E A B, A B
chorus
chorus
chorus

what are these notes thats my question? played guitar for awhile now but new to bass
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#3
If u are just learning the song from chords, u could just play the root notes, A, C#, B, and E. Tho the best way to audition and maybe impress em is to haer the song and come up with some good lines for it, maybe following the melody of the song, instead of just doing root notes.
#4
c# is the fourth fret on the a string?
b is the 2 fret on a right??
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#6
Quote by aisle5guitar
c# is the fourth fret on the a string?
b is the 2 fret on a right??

Yes, they are.
Though I honestly doube they'll let you in if you're only relying on that knowledge.
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But only if you ride the tide
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