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Hot Rod Lincoln Hmmmm, I've never seen it published. We play it in E , so the chords are like E , A , and B . The trick is the "chicken picking" speed. So, if you already know a walking bass line in E , then just triple your notes and "chicken pick it" for that Commander Cody feel. Rather than do TAB, we have a nifty guitar notation that might work. I'm a TAB user myself, but I find typing it to be cumbersome so this notation is a fairly decent substitution. first number = string/second number = fret B B! B! 6/3 (bend full) Don't stop driving that Hot Rod Lincoln 6/0+++ 6/3 (hammer on) 6/4++ 5/2+++ 5/4 (pull off) 5/2 5/0+++ 5/3 (h.o.) 5/4++ 4/2+++ 4/4 (p.o.) 4/2 5/2+++ 4/1+++ 4/4++ 3/1 4/4 4/2++ 5/4++ 5/2++ 6/4++ (start again at 6/0) I'm not sure if I really "pick" each note the number of times (denoted by the ++++) I wrote, but I just play that basic walking bass pattern and pick the heck out of it.