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

It’s has a medium swing tempo, so perfect for you to practice your walking bass lines to. 

I have played my own walking line for a few chorus to give you an idea of what to play.  You can download the PDF (with Tab) of my bass line, plus the 12-Bar chord sequence, by clicking the link in the video description. 

Let me know how you get on,  or if you would like more backing tracks in different keys or styles. 

https://gregsbassshed.com/videos

 

 

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