#1
does anybody know of some tracks i can find online where its rhythm, drums and bass where i can work on my soloing?

and if possible, i would like it to be a site where i can just listen to it there instead of having to download tracks. thanks, guys.
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i tried google btw, and i cant find anything.


also, metal/rock tracks are good, but anything will do.
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And then you can create your own backing tracks.
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Is there any backing tracks with singing?
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Is there any backing tracks with singing?


I've never heard of any like that. There might be something like that but it'd probably be called something else. If I want singing, I usually pick a simple sounding (usually pop) song and try and jam along to the person. Bands like Matchbox Twenty have fun songs that you can just add in your own solos between the verses and stuff. But that's just what I do.