Reading the Bass Clef
This tutorial will show you how to read the notes on the Bass Clef.
This method is similar to the method shown for reading the notes on the Treble Clef.
The basic idea is to memorize the names of the lines, then figure out the spaces based on what line they rest on.
The notes resemble the regular alphabet except for a few key differences.
1) The music alphabet only goes up to letter G.
2) After G, the notes start over again on letter A.
This note is easy to recognize because it sits on top of the staff and has a black line poking through it like a toothpick called a “ledger line”.