50 Blues Backing Tracks Free Download

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12 Bar Blues Groove.mp3 - 6.6 MB

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Blues Ballad.mp3 - 7.8 MB

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Blues Shuffle.mp3 - 6.8 MB

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Cajun Blues.mp3 - 6.8 MB

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Jazzy Blues_G.mp3 - 2.72 MB

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The Scales, The Keys and Improvisation Tips

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50bluesfreecharts.pdf (By Griff) - 25.8 KB

Note: Keep a look on in your email as I will be sending you tips and improvisation tricks to use on these jam tracks to fully maximize them.

I created these Jam tracks as tools for the improvement of my students' improvisation.

I, and my other teachers, use the tracks in our lessons to aid in fretboard development and improvisatory awareness.

The backing tracks work really well as a backdrop for experimentation and progress, so it was only natural that one of my students suggest that I should start sharing these tracks to other musicians

As you can imagine, I'm pretty stoked about that, as at my core is the desire to help other people realise and nurture their inner creative voice.

And when you play to these Backing Tracks – you will have a chance to really ENHANCE your improvisatory ability on your instrument.

You may think that sounds a little cheesy, but improvisation is the key to unlocking the real development and enjoyment you can experience as a musician. So go ahead and enjoy these free tracks. :>

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