#1
i know the trebele clef and i want to learn the bass clef. any tips
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#3
Bass clef or G clef. As a reference point, just remember the space above the line in between the two dots on the clef symbol is the note G.
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#5
no thats with the treble clef. the other name for bass clef is f clef. and the note between the dots is f
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#6
Lines=GBDFA
Good Boys Do Fine Always

Spaces=ACEG
All Cows Eat Grass


E string on a Bass is the first ledger line below the Bass Clef.
E String on guitar is third space
#7
Quote by bandet232
no thats with the treble clef. the other name for bass clef is f clef. and the note between the dots is f


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#8
Quote by tona_107
remember FACE for in between the lines.



that is also with treble
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#9
whats easy for me is to just learn a few bench marks and you can figure out the rest
for example E is the first space below the staff A is the first space D is the third line and G is the last space inside the staff
#10
If you know the treble cleff, you can learn the bass cleff by using this little trick:

A note in the treble cleff writen on a line is the same note as a note in the bass cleff written on the line below.

The same can be applied for spaces. For exampe, in the treble cleff, B is writen on the middle line. In the bass cleff, B is written on the line below the middle line.

In the treble cleff, E is written in the top space. In the bass cleff, E is writen in the space below the top space.

It is kind of hard to explain without sheet music in front of me, so let me know if this is unclear.