#1
Hey guys,

I was just wondering whether anybody here knew of a website that has guitar backing tracks, but that keep the lead sections while removing the backing parts, thereby allowing the user to practice comping, or keeping rhythm behind the lead parts?

Cheers
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#4
Yeah it's called guitar pro
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#5
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Yeah it's called guitar pro

Essentially this. So you mean you want to practice rhythm? Yeah Guitar Pro'll probably be your best bet. I find MIDI to be more clear when it comes to notes so it'll probably help you a lot better when getting everything right, backing tracks like that are hard to find.
#6
UG is working on it. Pretty cool shit.
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UG is working on it. Pretty cool shit.


This, too.
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#9
I probably should have elaborated a bit more, I meant actual mp3 files that were a bit more real sounding than MIDI.

Haha, is anybody cooler than a metronome? I just thought it'd be cool if I could experiment with how different chords sound with solos and the like that I might already know, get more of a taste of how certain chords sound with certain notes
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#10
Well, it's not really a backing track anymore, is it?


I wouldn't know, I came in here to suggest Guitar Pro but it seems it has already been suggested. I don't know of anyone who just has melodies, why not record your own and figure out the chords and comp from that?
#11
I suppose not, but what would you call it instead?
"Hey guys, do you know where I can find a guitar LEAD track?"
"Don't you mean, a track? iTunes sells them in their store, I believe..."
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