Walking Bass Lesson – Static Minor Chords

Scott Devine

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A Malloch said,

September 30, 2011 @ 10:27 pm

@ joe potter

I actually made an account just to jump to Scott’s defence.

He states on his website that he has somekind of neurological condition, that would have stop him from playing if he had not found out about a specific type of glove, that allows for him to continue playing.

So please enough of these comments.

@ Scott Devine

I’m really enjoying these tutorials your putting up. I’m sitting here with my sixth edition real book with a cheeky grin on my face.

joe potter said,

July 4, 2011 @ 6:47 pm

lose the glove!

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