Hey guys, I was curious to know as to how you practice your walking bass lines. I'm aware of the theory, in terms of chord/scale relationships, chromatics, rhythmic embellishments etc. I went over the principles with my teacher. However, how do you guys put these into practice? Do you sit down with the chart, and just walk, or do you work with a drum machine? Perhaps even a pre-recorded piano, with the walking underneath? I want to know the most efficient, and useful way, to improve my walking. I cuurently just walk over the chart, unaccompanied, though I don't feel that I get the full opportunity to explore the sounds within that chord, as I have no context. I have the excellent John Goldsby book, but he doesn't really give you information on how to practice? Any suggestions? I hope I made myself clear, I've been revising economics all day, and my brain is melted!