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It is important to remember that the way you walk into any chord depends on what key you're in, what the chord progression in and how you want your chord progression to sound. Using a walking bass line is a personal choice as well as an issue of taste. Having command of all these walking lines is the same as having many tools in your tool box. When you know how to use your tools, you make a beautiful product.
In the tab below, the walk down from a D to a G chord is in the top line while the chord progression is tabbed in the line below.
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