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After hearing about the passing of Rocco Prestia, I had a night of playing his awesome bass lines. 

He has such a unique sound which I found pretty hard to get near. 

But all I same, I have pick five of his bass lines and made a lesson.  There are so many classics to choose from, but these are my particular favourites. 

Hope you like them. 

 

 

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