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    Hi folks. Anyone know where I can find some downloadable tracks to jam to? Just looking for basic blues/rock chord progressions in different keys really. Thanks!
    For Sale:

    Arion Tubulator, Zoom G1, Korg DT-3 Tuner, Dunlop Crybaby GCB95, Bespeco Latching Footswitch, Tascam Analogue 4 Track 'Portastudio', Custom Tap Tempo Switch, Selection of Harmonica's and one of those holder things that you put around your neck!

    Photo's or further details available on PM request. Make me offers - all of this crap has to go!

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    Digitech JamMan Solo

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    http://www.torvund.net/guitar/Backing/MajorProgressions.asp
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    Serious about playing but not much else.

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    • #3
      Wow, those are some of the sappiest backing tracks I ever did hear.

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      • #4
        i also wouldnt mind getting in on this. Anyone know some more hard rock/metal ones to chek out?
        Obligatory gear list:
        Laney LH 50 II head

        Laney 4x12
        homemade 1x12 w/ V30

        LTD KH 202
        Handmade les paul copy (neck thru)

        Digitech GNX1
        Boss Metalzone

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        • #5
          http://www.torvund.net/guitar/Backing/MajorProgressions.asp


          fun thanx

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          • #6
            Awesome, thanks!
            For Sale:

            Arion Tubulator, Zoom G1, Korg DT-3 Tuner, Dunlop Crybaby GCB95, Bespeco Latching Footswitch, Tascam Analogue 4 Track 'Portastudio', Custom Tap Tempo Switch, Selection of Harmonica's and one of those holder things that you put around your neck!

            Photo's or further details available on PM request. Make me offers - all of this crap has to go!

            Wanting:

            Digitech JamMan Solo

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            • #7
              I've said it before but I'll say it again...

              The best backing tracks you can get are the ones you make for yourself because then you'll be practicing while you're making the tracks too.
              Terje Larsson

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              Hey, wanna look at my comics? Come here then http://terjelarssonserier.blogspot.com/

              Ah, sorry, it's all in swedish, but you can always look!

              You can also check out my crazy friend Dan's crazy website where he'll teach you to master the guitar in 8 minutes (or days... or whatever).

              http://spytunes.co.uk/

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              • #8
                I've said it before but I'll say it again...

                The best backing tracks you can get are the ones you make for yourself because then you'll be practicing while you're making the tracks too.


                Buy me some recording gear and a drum machine and I'll do that..
                For Sale:

                Arion Tubulator, Zoom G1, Korg DT-3 Tuner, Dunlop Crybaby GCB95, Bespeco Latching Footswitch, Tascam Analogue 4 Track 'Portastudio', Custom Tap Tempo Switch, Selection of Harmonica's and one of those holder things that you put around your neck!

                Photo's or further details available on PM request. Make me offers - all of this crap has to go!

                Wanting:

                Digitech JamMan Solo

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                • #9
                  No need for a drum machine and a simple tape recorded will do. I use my Loop Station for backing tracks. I've used my MD for it earlier. Both costed me a lot of money when I got them but are cheap to record on since you can erase what you've recorded and start all over again and again and again.

                  Stay away from drum machines if you can.

                  But hell, use whatever works for you. I have used and I still use pre-recorded backing tracks whenever I feel that is what I want. More and more though I tend to use the Loop Station because as I've said, I waste less time that way. instead of programming some stupid machine I'm playing, playing, playing.
                  Terje Larsson

                  inbox is full, send e-mail instead

                  Hey, wanna look at my comics? Come here then http://terjelarssonserier.blogspot.com/

                  Ah, sorry, it's all in swedish, but you can always look!

                  You can also check out my crazy friend Dan's crazy website where he'll teach you to master the guitar in 8 minutes (or days... or whatever).

                  http://spytunes.co.uk/

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                  • #10
                    Can we search past messages yet? I would look under "backing tracks", as it was just discussed here recently. Then there's Google.
                    www.keith-moore.net
                    All things guitar: Blog, jam tracks,
                    articles, lessons, stuff!

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                    • #11
                      Hi folks. Anyone know where I can find some downloadable tracks to jam to? Just looking for basic blues/rock chord progressions in different keys really. Thanks!


                      Check out my backing tracks at www.putfile.com/fajah

                      If there's anything you like, send me a PM and I'll send them to you. They're in midi format so if you play them using Vanbasco's freeware player, you can manipulate the tempo, key, and mute whatever instruments out that you want. You can get the player at www.vanbasco.com

                      Lawrie
                      Mr. Lawrie Mann: Toronto, Canada
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                      • #12
                        I've got some on my site, still working on the site but there are a few downloads available for progressions.
                        Cheers
                        Lee
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                        http://www.guitarbackingtracks.co.uk

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                        • #13
                          Just jam over some of your favorite songs.....
                          FS/FT:
                          Tech 21 Ripper Bass Fuzz - $90
                          M-Audio Axiom 49 Midi Controller - $160


                          Good deals with: Agreed, fuzzball, brandnewzo, leer43, stratedge09, tattoedsailor, Crxsh, chrisjnyc, tb_308, MadMax808, OnWingsOfLead, justdrum, orangekick

                          last.fm

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                          • #14
                            http://acapella.harmony-central.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1546120

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                            • #15
                              http://acapella.harmony-central.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1546120


                              I was thinking the same thing.

                              These are great. Red Ant = cool.

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