#1
My brother and I just began playing last month. We have no intentions of doing anything other than playing for fun. We're not looking to form a band, do gigs, etc...

Anyway, Is there a way to get some backing tracks? We'd like some bass and drums to play along with.
#6
Youtube search "[song name] guitar backing track". Another way to get backing tracks is to use Guitar Pro. And if you don't have Guitar Pro, Tux Guitar is free and can open Guitar Pro files. So just download a GP tab of your favorite songs and mute the guitar track. There are lots of Guitar Pro tabs on this site.
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#7
Has anyone tried a site called karaoke version? I stumbled upon it today and searched for a few songs and it had all of them. You can remove any of the instruments from any song they have. After you purchase a song you can mix it up anyway you want. Want to play lead guitar, simply remove it. Want to play rhythm, then simply remove it. It appears to be that simple.

What do you guys think? Here's a sample.

http://www.karaoke-version.com/custombackingtrack/florida-georgia-line/cruise.html
#8
Quote by YourBasicDJ
Has anyone tried a site called karaoke version? I stumbled upon it today and searched for a few songs and it had all of them. You can remove any of the instruments from any song they have. After you purchase a song you can mix it up anyway you want. Want to play lead guitar, simply remove it. Want to play rhythm, then simply remove it. It appears to be that simple.

What do you guys think? Here's a sample.

http://www.karaoke-version.com/custombackingtrack/florida-georgia-line/cruise.html


I guess not. I'm gonna buy a song and see what happens....