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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Merc, Mar 25, 2020.
Maybe a thread to share jam tracks is in order to help pass time.
Share em’ if you’ve got em’.
Ok, I guess I’ll kick it off. My brother turned me onto this Tom Bailey youtube channel. He has a ton of different backing tracks to jam too.
For some reason I’m starting to feel this thread was dead before it began. For one last shot: The Pedal Show put out today they got several backing tracks available on their site for free download due to the Covid-19.
This is my wheel house, Its what I do when im not playing to stuff I make up. Im all over the place, Blues,jazz , country,swing, rock.
This is why I have 4 Boss RC-3s. Straight from youtube to the Bossetts.
Sorry I went overboard
Not overboard at all. I feel playing to stuff you’re not as familiar with can get one out of their comfort zone. That’s great for both playing and helps during this isolation thing going on. Thanks for posting.
Is there a website out there... like a one-stop-shop, with a huge variety of backing tracks? Heck, I'd even be willing to pay to download them.... it's just the jumping all over the place looking for different ones.... it wastes a lot of time....
I’m sure there are some. ToneMaster.com is sort of like that.
I dig this as well, I just search YouTube for any type of backing tracks, tons available, great tool for just blowin over, or working on my rhythm chops, interspersed with tasty licks. Great idea during quarantine!
I use the ones on Spotify...just search “backing tracks“.
Fans of Satriani can jam along to the actual tracks from Surfing with the Alien
Apparently not any more.... domain is for sale
I get most backing tracks off You Tube. I also look up songs I like and try to play along or figure out the leads and breaks.
...I was just ruminating that I most likely would have actually given my left one for for this at one time in my life.
I wonder what the equivalent would be to this generation?
Naw, it's still there. I spelled it wrong.
That was a great album. I’m not sure there is an equivalent for this generation. I’ve heard that for the most part the majority isn’t into guitar solo’s, etc. Could be wrong though.