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Here is a simple 12-Bar Blues Backing Track in A. 

I have played a few choruses of a walking bass line to start with, then left the track running without bass. You can learn a how to play a walking bass by listening and using my PDF (with Tab), and then practice your own lines. 

If you would like to have my written line to help with the video, you can download the PDF by clicking the link in the description of the video. 

Enjoy!

 

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