|Date Added: December 17, 2008|
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Description: Well I personally think it is time to move away from the whole salt water animal thing what do you think? Yeah, I think so. For my last tutorial of the day I will be showing you how to draw a bass guitar step by step. Now I didn’t do any particular brand of bass guitar because I wanted to leave it real basic and easy so that anyone could tackle this tutorial. As you know bass guitars are used in almost every rock, metal, blues, alternative, and thrash metal bands as well as some pop, country and hip hop music. A bass guitar looks and plays like a regular guitar except it is heavier, and the strings are thicker. When playing a bass you normally use your fingers and or thumbs like you’re plucking something on a string. Now don’t get me wrong you could also use a pick as well but to me some one that uses a pick is usually a good bassist but not great. Now a great bass guitarist to me was Cliff Burton from Metallica back in the eighties. He could rip a bass apart with the way he played I swear. When Cliff’s fingers touched the strings they were so fast that you can’t even tell which cords he is playing by sight. Go to Youtube and type in Cliff Burton and just watch him play the bass; I guarantee you will be amazed. Anyway the first bass guitar was created back in the early thirties by a guy named Paul Tutmarc from Seattle Washington. He is the one that invented the very first electric bass string instrument that included frets and it was also made to be held and played in a horizontal position. A standard bass guitar has four strings and they are longer and give off a nice soft smooth sound. Not all bass guitars come fretted; there are manufactured basses that come with or without frets. Another cool bass guitarist is Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers and his style of playing is called a percussive slapping technique. I love music and I love guitars even if they are electric bass ones. My dad plays guitar so does my uncle and I enjoy listening to them play very much. This tutorial will show you how to draw a bass guitar step by step. The instructions will show you how easy it is to tackle this lesson. I will be back tomorrow with more drawing fun so stay tuned.