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keithmark13  
1 May 2009 12:34 | Quote
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I'm looking for free backing tracks to play along with, so that i can improve my improvisation technique. I'd prefer tracks that are not others songs, more of a "jam" track. Do you guys have any suggestions on where to go?
I'd greatly appreciate it
BodomBeachTerror  
1 May 2009 12:39 | Quote
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i personally like this site
http://www.jamcenter.com/
keithmark13  
1 May 2009 13:02 | Quote
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Thank you so very much :]
JustJeff  
1 May 2009 13:20 | Quote
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www.guitarbackingtrack.com
telecrater  
1 May 2009 13:43 | Quote
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I've always like this site

http://www.freshbt.com/

The quility is good and you can preview or download and import to your fav software.
HeavyGuitar  
2 May 2009 09:42 | Quote
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Make ur own in Guitar Pro:p..i doxD
telecrater  
2 May 2009 10:37 | Quote
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HeavyGuitar says:
Make ur own in Guitar Pro:p..i doxD


True Dat G!!!

on the other hand sometimes you just want to practice some technique and don't want to have to spend all the time creating drum, bass and other guitar parts.
BodomBeachTerror  
2 May 2009 14:24 | Quote
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HeavyGuitar says:
Make ur own in Guitar Pro:p..i doxD


yeah thats what i do now.
RelaxedDude  
2 May 2009 17:29 | Quote
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You always have the option of the jam machine on this site, though its only chords and doesnt give you a drum beat


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