15 seperate professionally recorded blues jam tracks in a variety of blues styles.
Each track can be adjusted to play in all 12 keys.
Tempo of each track can be adjusted allowing a wide range of speeds.
For each track there are scales diagrams for the pentatonic scales and arpeggios needed to jam along with the track.
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Improvise with backings and improve your solos. Suitable for all guitarists.
TRACK BY TRACK BREAKDOWN:
Track 1: Driving Blues. 71bpm, swing rhythm. A classic blues shuffle riff with bass, guitar and drums.
Track 2: Leslie Blues. 38bpm swing. Jazzy chords played by guitar through a leslie speaker cabinet. A really slow track, great for soulful blues playing.
Track 3: Texas Shuffle. 125bpm swing. A raunchy Texas blues shuffle in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Sounds great with classic minor pentatonic blues licks.
Track 4: Rocky Blues. 170bpm straight. Fast rock n roll guitar riffs with hammond organ, bass and drums. Classic Chuck Berry licks sound great here.
Track 5: Uptempo Blues. 168bpm swing. This uptempo jam sounds great mixed with some BB King licks.
Track 6: Slow Blues. 57bpm swing. This moody jam track combines B3 organ with guitar, bass and drums.
Track 7: Rock Riff Blues 120 straight. An agressive rocky blues track.
Track 8: ZZ Blues 140 swing. This backing track is similar to the king of thing Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top may play.
Track 9: Bo Dee Blues. 110bpm straight. The classic Bo Diddly riff!
Track 10: Organ Blues. 68bpm swing. Classic Hammond organ blues.
Track 11: Blues Stomp. 130bpm straight. Driving blues riffs.
Track 12: Slow Rock Blues. 68bpm straight. Bluesy rock riffs.
Track 13: Jazzy Blues. 100bpm swing. Old school jazzy blues.
Track 14: Fast Change Texas. 125bpm swing. ore Texas blues, this times with a quick change in bar 2.
Track 15: CDAC Riff Blues. 170bpm straight. Aussie riffin' blues!
These tracks can a great way for beginners to start with blues guitar improvising. More advanced players can use the scales and arpeggios for following the chords when playing solos that hit chord tones.