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Beale St. Blues. 

The free download has 1 page from Bass Transcriptions from Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy. Playing at a slow tempo is great for checking intonation, tone, and time.

Let's get after it Key of C.

The walking bass line uses the root, Ma3rd, 5th for each chord. Notes and Tab included. It's a great chart for getting started or back into reading.

Who Said That Key of C. 

The progression alternates from 8 to 12 bar.  Common chords heard in blues,jazz, pop etc. Chord notes and chromatic approach. Notation only.

IIgor's Chromatic 
exercise can be found in Standing in the Shadows of Motown. Known as the James Jamerson book. In the book the exercise is written in fifths down (fourths up).

The free download contains notes&tab in the keys that are not included in the book (Fifths up).
Extra Jimmies is an instrumental from The Fabulous Thunderbirds 1980 album What's the Word. The bass line is written in notation only and is a note for note transcription of legendary Texas Blues Bassist Keith Ferguson .

Major Holley's bassline and solo on K Twist from the legendary album Midnight Blue from Kenny Burrell. This is a great walking bass line in the Key of G. The solo is challenging with use of triplets and drops!

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