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  • Harmonics Give Bass Players ‘Hidden’ Notes



    A lesson in harmonics, by Roy Vogt, as it appears on Cyberfretbass.com

    Harmonics Give Bass Players ‘Hidden’ Notes
    by Roy Vogt

    Simply put, harmonics are the hidden notes on your bass fretboard. Another term for harmonic is “overtone.” So what is an overtone?

    Wikipedia defines a musical overtone as “any frequency higher than the fundamental frequency of a sound. The fundamental and the overtones together are called partials. Harmonics are partials whose frequencies are integer multiples of the fundamental (including the fundamental which is 1 times itself).”

    Read the entire article HERE.
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      This is seriously cool Roy .
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