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Learn an original Bass Line from Blues/Rock band,The Kendall Connection. 

This week I will be showing you how to play the bass line from Hello My Old Friend. This is a bass line that I recorded with The Kendall Connection. 

This song has a classic slow shuffle Blues feel, so you can use these lines when you play other songs in this style.  

Here is the link to the video. The  free transcription PDF is available in the video description, with a Tab version too. 

https://youtu.be/Nu7sLGm47vk

 

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