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  • #76
    Originally posted by IamOne
    Don't know if you're interested but here's some Jeff Beck backings

    I have some more if you want them


    Yes! Yes! Yes!!!! What else do you have????
    "...the plumber he says, never flush a tampoon."


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    • #77
      Originally posted by Dr. Jimmy


      Yes! Yes! Yes!!!! What else do you have????


      Dang I still didn't get around to putting those one's back

      The others I have are:
      The Pump
      'Cause we Ended as Lovers
      Brush With the Blues
      Nadia
      Let Me Love You
      Porkpie Hat

      I think that's about it though.

      I'll try and get the lot uploaded some time

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      • #78
        Anyone have backing tracks or jam tracks for these songs?

        One Way Street, SOS/Toobad, Toys In the Attic, Last Child, Milk Cow Blues.. - Aerosmith

        Train Kept Rollin or Stroll on -Yardbirds/LedZeppelin or aerosmith versions

        From Me To You, I saw Her standing There, Come Together, Think for Yourself, Rain, I'm Down, Helter Skelter - Beatles

        Man in the box -AIC

        btw, i agree that guitarbt.com is cool site
        That’s all right, I still got my guitar
        Look out now . . .
        (Jimi Hendrix)

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        • #79
          Hey everyone! A few people asked me to post some backing tracks that i jammed on so just check the link in my sig and i will have some cool backing tracks in there from time to time. I have a VERY cool STeve Vai backing that i got from a Bad Horsie sample disc and i will be putting together a jam over it.
          My clips. Lot's of Mesa.
          http://soundcloud.com/danieldowning

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          • #80
            There is a "Disco Funk" backing track that RED ANT did that I liked

            so much I just had to add a few tracks to it. BTW this is my

            Rondo SX Strat that I just finished tweaking stock pickups.

            This little Strat kicks Ass now!!! BTW thanks RED ANT!

            http://home.comcast.net/~n0fx/redantandn0fx.mp3
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            • #81
              Here are those 2 Beck ones that were dead last time. I'll try and sort the rest soon

              Savoy
              http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000112517_000024741.mp3

              starcycle
              http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000112517_000024742.mp3

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              • #82
                Originally posted by critter cam


                there he is!
                OTHERWORLDLY. Psychedelic, Noise, Shoegaze.Joey Levenson on SoundCloud

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                • #83
                  Hey Mike,

                  Can you recommend any backing tracks to practice classic rock/80's rock solos in the key of A minor?
                  "I constantly amaze myself as well as others" the humble George Lynch (source - George Lynch official website)

                  "the bottom end on that amp is as tight as a virgin's ass"

                  "hey Obama, socialism is not the answer" -
                  for those looking for a definition of socialism, heres the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialism

                  "My friends, we live in the greatest nation in the history of the world. I hope you'll join with me as we try to change it."
                  -- Barack Obama

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by andyhumb
                    Hey Mike,

                    Can you recommend any backing tracks to practice classic rock/80's rock solos in the key of A minor?


                    Just about anything in A minor would do, and most of the classic/80's rock songs are either in A minor or E minor.

                    Another thought - backing tracks are fun, but loopers are real nice to have for practicing solos. Just play any progression in any key, loop it, and you're set to go for as long as you want. I have the BOSS RC-20 unit, which works real well. The Boomerang's great for live use, but not nearly as many features.

                    -Mike

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                    • #85
                      what is the most affordable looper for someone who just wants to lay down a basic backing riff and just use it to practice a 15 minute wanking solo? (maximum $200)?
                      "I constantly amaze myself as well as others" the humble George Lynch (source - George Lynch official website)

                      "the bottom end on that amp is as tight as a virgin's ass"

                      "hey Obama, socialism is not the answer" -
                      for those looking for a definition of socialism, heres the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialism

                      "My friends, we live in the greatest nation in the history of the world. I hope you'll join with me as we try to change it."
                      -- Barack Obama

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by andyhumb
                        what is the most affordable looper for someone who just wants to lay down a basic backing riff and just use it to practice a 15 minute wanking solo? (maximum $200)?


                        Like I said, the BOSS RC-20 is excellent - you can probably snatch one off of ebay for around than $200 if you're patient.

                        -Mike

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                        • #87
                          I can hammer out a fairly accurate drum track for just about anything.

                          Taking requests.
                          yo.

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                          • #88
                            Why don't the guys that post metal drum tracks ever post their stuff in here?

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                            • #89
                              Hi all,

                              I'm not schooled in the etiquette of this kind of thing, but my question is: can I download and save these backing tracks to my computer? If so, how?

                              c2p

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by came2play
                                Hi all,

                                I'm not schooled in the etiquette of this kind of thing, but my question is: can I download and save these backing tracks to my computer? If so, how?

                                c2p


                                Of course - that's the whole point of the thread. Right click on the links, select "save as", and you're good to go.

                                -Mike

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