Bass Theory for Beginners - Part 2 - Number System/Triads - Daric Bennetts Bass Lessons

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Bass Theory for Beginners – Part 2 – Number System/Triads

#BASSNATION I’m super excited to release my new Beginners Theory Course!! In this part 2 I start to explain how the number system works on bass and dig a little into triads with you as well. Check out this lesson and start your free trial today to get full unlimited access to all of the other lessons in this course!

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    Hey Daric as far as the fifth note of the scale/chord, I’ve seen people play it and teach it as a dominant. I’m confused, Is it wrong to play it as a dominant or is it just different? Any guidance is much appreciated!

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    Yes you’re absolutely correct. In this specific lesson I’m referring to the triad therefore in that state it remains to be major. Only when you add another extension on top of the 5th note it becomes a dominant chord.

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