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The Bass Guitar In the early stages of the bass guitar the bassist were known to be musically challenged so they played on four strings because they could not play on five or six strings Leo Fender whose company was just five years old invented the early bass in 1951 The bass which is now one of the most popular instruments has made the bassist some of the most enjoyed people in the world not only because the music sounds good but because they can hit a good beat and nice tone Some of the most prominent bassist didnt even want to play the bass according to popular belief the bassist was the fat guy who stood in back Leach2 In the history of the bass there has been many up grades and now the bassist can play on five and six strings There are many different makers and types of the bass now days Some of the makers of the bass are Epiphone Rickenbacker Danelectro Schector Fernandez Yamaha Ibanez Jackson Fender and Guild The bass guitar has been used for many different tasks to make a great beat and different tone With the four five and six strings it now has a universal use in the 21st century Now the fat guy in back playing the bass is always the cool guy who dances around in back and has more fun playing his songs than anyone else is on the band The bass not only adds tone and beat but now funk and excitement Wynne 2 Born in 1942 one of the most prominent songwriters and composers in history Paul McCartny was one of the world famous Beatles He was born in the northern part of the UK and started out in 1957 with the rest of the Beatles as the Quarrymen who soon became Johnny and the Moondogs in 1960 they became the Silver Beatles before in 1964 they dropped
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