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Learn the best sounding walking bass lines for a Texas Blues. 

In the video lesson I show you a Boogie line, the famous shuffle groove and other techniques to help your walking bass playing. 

There are four exercises to take away and a Texas 12-Bar backing track for jamming too. 



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