#1
Could someone point me in the direction of a good backing track for a beginner to improvise to. I like Rock And Blues
Guitars
Squire Strat
1959 Gibson HummingBird Acoustic
1999 Gibson SongBird Acoustic
Pedals
Bad Monkey
Line 6 Pocket Pod
JH-1 Wah (Jimi Hendrix Sig Wah)
Amp
All Tube Marshall JTM-30
#3
Anymore
Guitars
Squire Strat
1959 Gibson HummingBird Acoustic
1999 Gibson SongBird Acoustic
Pedals
Bad Monkey
Line 6 Pocket Pod
JH-1 Wah (Jimi Hendrix Sig Wah)
Amp
All Tube Marshall JTM-30
#4
I bought a cd from a guitar store that has a bunch of backing tracks to jam to. Check out some of those.
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#5
Quote by musicalfish
I bought a cd from a guitar store that has a bunch of backing tracks to jam to. Check out some of those.

Mhhh what is the name of it.
Guitars
Squire Strat
1959 Gibson HummingBird Acoustic
1999 Gibson SongBird Acoustic
Pedals
Bad Monkey
Line 6 Pocket Pod
JH-1 Wah (Jimi Hendrix Sig Wah)
Amp
All Tube Marshall JTM-30
#6
I would suggest buying the FastTrack guitar books; they come with a CD, and there are some tracks on there that would be good to jam to. Mind you, there's actual music that's transcribed to go with it...but you could improvise anyways.