#1
Does anyone know of a website with recordings of chord progressions in different keys so I can practice different scales to them? (I'm working on getting my own recording rig set up, but until then...)
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#2
Type in "jam tracks" into google, one of the first links is something called a jam machine? Anyway, it has lots of different chord progressions in different keys and tells you what scales to use. It's pretty awesome, for a while anyway! Have fun
#3
hahah i was just going to suggest the same thing as michal23. Theres lots of things if you type in backing tracks on google too, have fun
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