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Discussion in 'Studio & Stage' started by ]-[@n$0Ma☩!©, May 25, 2012.
Got some of those. Cool tracks!
This one has my brain working outside old patterns. Took m e a few time through to discover the possibilities.
I can't get the entire page to load (IE10 w/compatibility mode enabled for all sites) - I click on the Tracks link, but nothing happens...
They are now off the site because the contest is over. I downloaded a few of them but can't get the rest either.
Anyone seen this one yet? quite a few on here : http://www.bluesblast.com/
And : http://www.guitarplayback.com/Jam-Tracks this one has some good ones, of course it's a paying site, but there are some freebies and they are quite nice
I have been having a ball with this one. Pump it through your PA and play it loud!
I need some more good tracks to keep it fresh. Anyone have a good one to share?
Hey Hans, long time no "see". Here's one of my all-time favorites (don't worry, he has a shorter version if you just want a song's worth.) Lots of enjoyment for me with this one.
I don't know about others but I just play them on YouTube in my music room, through the PA/speakers. Then I simply play along with them.
We just made this track last week -- for the jazz cats!
Anyone up for some Nemesis?
Also made this one. Blues shuffle in A.
This is awesome!
I've been jamming the b'jesus out of this one. Down, Down, Down, Down Down!
I'll update the 1st post in the thread with a consolidated list. Get any updates you might have posts ASAP.
This one is too short but it's fun for weedily-weedley stuff.
I didn't see this posted yet. It's an entire site devoted to backing tracks. Some are pretty good but others are pretty bad so it's hit and miss, still a good site IMO.
Yeah, this is a staple for backing tracks. But it's a library primarily devoted to backing tracks for songs rather than jam tracks. I've submitted a few there myself.
This blues jam has a Christmas vibe.
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In my subs today.