#1
what a 'walking bassline' is?
it would really help me,please!
and if there are any online lessons where i could go..
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thanks,dude...
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#4
I don't think that was necessary, 18th Angel.

There was a huge thread posted about them a while back. I don't know why it never got stickied. I'll see if I can find it.

EDIT: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=591737&highlight=walking+basslines

This is a really well-written one by jazz_rock_feel. That should give you a good start on writing your own walking basslines.
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#5
Basically, a walking bassline is a bassline where you are trying to "walk" from one chord to the next, meaning that you can use arpeggios/chord tones to easily connect the chords.
#6
thank you guys
i actually felt like an idiot yesterday when that wikipedia got posted up
and i still didnt get it
thanks for the help!
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