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Here is a lesson showing you how to play Blues Turnarounds in your Walking Bass Lines. 

We will look at the most common turnarounds you will hear in blues tunes and I will show you a turnaround that will fit at the end of any 12-bar blues. 

I have left a backing track running at the end of the video, so you can practice your own walking lines and try out your new turnarounds. 

Remember you can download the free PDF by clicking the link in the video description. 

Please like and share this if you find it useful. 

https://youtu.be/QKcCbnejhNU

 

 

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