#1
Hey,

So I'm looking for some random backing tracks to jam over. I'm not too bothered of which style it is.

Know where I can find some ? I'm just going to use them to improve my improvistaion skills hopefully.

-AS-
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#2
google gregs midi tabs awsome backing track......or even guitar pro
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#3
Backing tracks are good for every now and again practice (to try something new possibly) but in my opinion, Jamming with a drummer or a bassist (or both) is far more beneficial, as you dont know which direction they are going to go, which makes you think about whats going on more, which will then help you (much faster and efficiently) to figure out what fits and what doesn't, this also is much more fun. Hope my input was useful.

Themitch
#5
Ahh thanks a lot Madpickin, I checked GuitarBT but I didn't know what they would be under :s

Cheers.

-AS-
Ibanez RG2570e Prestige
Fender® American Series Strat
Marshall AVT-50
BOSS GT8
Crafter T-035
Squire Strat
Admira Malaga Classical Guitar
Gould GS200CB
Digitech Whammy Pedal
Dimebag Crybaby

Proud member of the Scots of UG Society..