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FrederikMax

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Hey Guys!

I'm currently studying the "12 bar blues progressions study" Sheet and with that I have found, that I have a really limited chord vocabulary when it comes to the blues. I think it's mainly due to me wanting to have the root in the bass (or at least some sort of walking bass going on, even though I'm not particularly good at that), since I play mostly solo guitar. So I was wondering if you have any advice on expanding your chord vocabulary, while still maintaining that "fat" bottom? [smile] Or maybe on how to get started, with creating a nice walking bass line? [smile]

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Go to the audio tab on top of the home page and select Ted Greene GIT Seminar 1978, Track 9 Walking Bass.
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