How to play a simple walking bass left hand pattern on the piano using a 12 Bar Blues progression.

In this Theory TIP Tuesday video I show “How to play a simple walking bass left hand pattern on the piano using a 12 Bar Blues progression.”

I think you’ll enjoy this video lesson. You can watch the video below as I demonstrate and show you various left hand patterns and right hand improvisational progressions you can implement in using the blocked and broken major sixth chords. It’s fun and easy to learn, and in no time at all, you can be improvising at the piano.

Here is the video:

 

Click on the image below to download the FREE PDF handout mentioned in the video:

How to play a simple Left Hand Walking Bass Jazz Improv FREE PDF Handout by Jerald Simon (Music Motivation)

This is only the beginning of your improvisational journey. You can take this PDF and arrange it any way you want. That is part of the fun. How can you change it up and make it your own? See what fun improvisational patterns and progressions you can create on your own!

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Be happy! Smile all the while and have FUN!

Jerald

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