#1
I'm thinking of putting together some loopable backing tracks and posting them on YouTube to practice soloing over.
Any suggestions for genre, time signature, chord progressions that you'd like to practice with?
#2
Some bluesy rock, or bluesy stuff


has a nice beat to it. pretty mid tempo, nothing too slow


but for f sake don't make it a 3:30 long loop of the SAME thing


I hate that so much

have a little bit of a variation


even if it's just verse verse chorus verse chorus or something
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#3
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Some bluesy rock, or bluesy stuff


has a nice beat to it. pretty mid tempo, nothing too slow


but for f sake don't make it a 3:30 long loop of the SAME thing


I hate that so much

have a little bit of a variation


even if it's just verse verse chorus verse chorus or something

Thanks for the suggestions! Yeah, I'm planning on making them at least ten minutes with variation and build.
#4
Awesome, that's the best kind of backing tracks.

Don't get me wrong, 2min tracks with the same thing looped are alright but they get boring with no variation after 40 seconds or a minute
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