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A, B, D, and E Don't have sharps. Only morons call a B flat, A#. D# is the same as E flat. So i guess they exist, but they are rarely called that. So B and E are the only ones that don't exist, and if you wanna call B flat, A# then go for it, but if your in a band, people will look at you like your ********. Already been down that road...
what i find funny is that guitarists who are good immediately think they can pick up the bass and 'rock at it'.
there's about 100x more to bass playing than playing notes... it's about proper intonation at the start... and then it comes as not only being a rhythmic instrument, but as a harmonic and melodic driving instrument...
bass players are not failed guitarists... lets put that way...
4 strings != easier to play... sure it's pretty easy to pick up... but so is guitar... the real nuance is in building songs.
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