The Birth of the Bass

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In fact, as early as the 1930s, the electric bass guitar was born. It was invented by Paul Tutmarc and was originally called the violin.

It consists of four double bass strings, with a body and a fingerboard-played horizontally. It is called the electronic double bass and is very popular, and because it is played more like a guitar, it means that guitarists can pick up more easily than violin.

Although Tutmarc’s violin marked the birth of the electric bass guitar, the idea took about 20 years and was developed by Leo Fender before it became a popular instrument. Fender created Precision Bass and adopted the rough form of Telecaster with a single coil pickup. With four steel strings, the instrument became popular in many well-known bands and bands in the 1950s. It was at this point that the bass guitar became popular all over the world.

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