#1
Im looking for a software that I can use to practice my improvising. I would like to be able to have it play a chord progression so I can solo over it. Does anyone have any programs that would fit this need?
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#3
Quote by Wolffgang
Can't believe an '07er wouldn't have heard of Guitar Pro...


There was an '06er on here that didn't know how to connect an amp to a cab
Squier Strat
Behringer Fuzz
GFT-90
#4
The best software out there to practice improvisation on any instrument is Band in a Box IMO, go check it out, it provides a lot of chord progressions for many styles and the algorithms for the instruments are insane! And you can also make drafts of you progressions and listen to them in many styles, I highly recommend it.
#5
Quote by Guitarbaddie
There was an '06er on here that didn't know how to connect an amp to a cab


lol Fair enough.

Well, implicit in my answer was that Guitar Pro should do what your want plus a whole lot more, TS. Give it a whirl.

Alternatively, if you're looking for a free way to do it, you could get Audacity and just record yoruself playing, but I guess that requires you to have an interface.

Yeah, go guitar pro.
#6
Tux guitar, I think is what it is called. It's a free version of guitar pro
Squier Strat
Behringer Fuzz
GFT-90