Here's a "easy" backing track

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  1. journo

    journo Member

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    Hi,

    I have received a few e-mails regarding my backing tracks.
    The general idea in those mails is while they like my backing tracks the chords progressions are more then often too hard for them to jam to.

    So now when I was beta testing a new guitar amp software I thought I might as well record a BT that had non complicated chords.

    Here's a slow BT with the chords F, dm, Bb, C7 over and over until the end.
    The tempo is 106 bpm if memory serves so you can play slow or shred if that's where you're at.

    I can't play fast so I played fairly slow on my take. I put this together pretty fast som my take is a first take with each of the sounds and I will happily admit to clams, mistakes, out of tune notes etc. The guitar for this take is a Yamaha Pacifica 612v ugraded with SD vintage single coils. Bridge was the stock JB.
    http://www.beggat.com/uploads/Any%20Time%20Soon%20060715.mp3

    Here's the backing track:
    http://www.beggat.com/uploads/Any%20Time%20Soon%20BT%20060715.mp3


    I hope you will enjoy it! Comments welcome.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Choice tones and phrasing!
    Thanks for the BT.
    (sounded pretty fast in some spots to me!...cheeky monkey!)
     
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    love it, will have to give it a try later tonite.
     
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    Hi Ted,

    It's always rewarding to hear other musicians do stuff with my backing tracks. That they are willing to take of their valuable time to play to my stuff. And all over the world too. This Internet thing isn't all bad.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    Thanks for sharing the great backing tracks, as always, they are fun to play over. I liked this one, as it was relatively simple, not too many hard chord changes.

     
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    Rid Senior Member

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    Laidback and nice.
    I do like your tracks alot, always keeps me on my toes...
    It is good for my ears.
     
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    Hi Clay,

    Thanks for sharing!
    I was good to hear a Womanizer recorded direct as I have been curious about that for some time. It seems like the Womanizer likes humbuckers.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     

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