#1
i just found out this site wich has a pretty decent amount of backing tracks for specific songs

i'm wondering if there are more and better sites like this one, or ones with "plain backing tracks" so i can train my improvising solos

thx
#2
Use the search function, theres loads of these posts and they will have lots of links - it saves me listing them all.
#3
Quote by dsubstanceuk
http://guitarbt.com

Look at the "Jam Tracks" section.



Awesome site if, downloads tend to be quite slow but its free and the selection is rather large.
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http://guitarbt.com

Look at the "Jam Tracks" section.


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#5
Quote by dsubstanceuk
http://guitarbt.com

Look at the "Jam Tracks" section.


Not necessarily; I just pick songs that are good to jam over and download the backing tracks of those. I'm currently going over "Blue" by Mamsteen and "Red House" by Hendrix.

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Use the mirror downloads; they're much faster.
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#7
Practically all of them are MP3. Iv downloaded a butt load from there and they have all been MP3 so far.

Zaphod, il try the mirror next time!
#8
I "aqquired" a copy of guitar pro (pm me and I can link you to a torrent) and iI've been downloading the guitar pro tabs off of here, turn down the volume of the guitar part you want to play and voila! backing track!

you can even bring the speed of the song down if you find your making mistakes....

that solution is only good really good for specific songs though...I can't help you on the generic backing tracks....
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#9
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are there any mp3 backing tracks?



the link is just above this thread!
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