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Extended-range bass

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  1. as a term, refers to an electric bass guitar with more range (usually meaning more strings, but sometimes additional frets are added for more range) than the "standard" 4-string bass guitar

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  2. The techniques used to play the extended-range bass are closely related to those used for basses, including finger plucking, slapping, popping, and tapping

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  3. In practical usage, however, the term is often applied more to basses with more than 5 strings, including 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and even 13-string basses

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  4. Bass guitars tuned one octave lower than a "standard" four-string instrument are also considered an extended-range bass. "Extended range-bass" does not refer to basses with doubled or tripled courses of octave strings

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  5. "Approaching the Extended Range Bass"

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