#2
Dunno about CDs, but there was a thread about backing tracks a few days ago...
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#7
lots of backing tracks can be found in mp3 format on the web... just google it.. then you can burn a CD with those and there yo ugo
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#8
I use www.jamstudio.com a lot. You can make your own chord progressions and solo over them. It's pretty fun. And you can save the tracks that you make to play later.
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