#1
so my amp has a recording funtion where you can record 1 minute and then loop it so it plays over and over. i was wondering what would b good fro a backing track to practice improv solos and the like
#2
bluesy stuff worked best for me... but then, i like blues lol.... slash swears by playing along with jeff beck songs lol

i think the best is chordy stuff, like knockin on heavens door, all along the watchtower, hey joe.... hendrix is always fun.


hope this helps, peace
#4
find the 1st chord, 4th chord, and 5th chord in each key and solo over them
for example:
key of C play 4 bars of.... c, to f, to g, and maybe repeat G again or go back to c.
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#6
if you are going to record this yourself you could improvise the chord progression as well you know

if that is beyond you then you might skip on soloing for a while
#7
Quote by Roast Beef
if you are going to record this yourself you could improvise the chord progression as well you know

if that is beyond you then you might skip on soloing for a while

i can make a choard progression fine i was just wondering if anyone knoes really good choard progressions that they found really good, from established songs kind a thing