D sharp Major scale for bass guitar presented by diagram.
The D# Major displayed as fingerboard diagram for bass. The root notes are in darker color. The one-octave pattern starts on the 3rd string, 6th fret.
D# Major one octave
D# Major full fretboard
D# Major with note names
The scale displayed with its numeric formula and scale degrees.
The second degree is written as E#, which is the same as F. The third degree is written as F##, which is the same as G. The sixth degree is written as B#, which is the same as C. The seventh degree is written as C##, which is the same as D. A practice in a scale notation is to not include the same letter twice, if it can be avoided.
The D sharp Major consists of seven notes. It can be described in steps as a formula which is written as whole step, whole step, half step, whole step, whole step, whole step, half step from the first note to first note in the next octave.
D sharp Major scale tablature for four-string bass.
The numbers above the tablature are suggested fingerings.