#3
don't bump old threads in the hope that people will click on your sig
Actually called Mark!

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#4
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don't bump old threads in the hope that people will click on your sig



I did but im not going to contribute to that thread
#5
Quote by guitarscales
I prefer jamming to my own backing tracks because I show the chord progressions of each song an that is lacking with a lot of backing tracks.


I totally agree.

It's great that people go to the effort to make some amazing backing tracks and then post them on Youtube. It's even better when they overlay the track showing what chords they've used. If you're feeling lazy its great just to be able to see the chord structure so you can get an idea of what scales, arpeggio's and chord embellishments you might use.

That said though, working out the structure of the chord progression is still a good exercise on it's own. Also if you don't want to work anything out you can just use any associated scales to the key. I find this a bit dull on it's own though.

Just my tuppence!