Guitar Rhythm Backing Tracks
The purpose of backing tracks is to give you a rhythm section (Drums, Bass Guitar and Rhythm Guitar) to play along with. This makes it much more fun and interesting while practicing scales, solos and improvising.
Just select which track you want and press play!
Make sure to play your scales in the right key. Each track has a little tip on where to start. You can expand on this and use the entire fretboard once you have an understanding on how all the scales relate to one another (the Soloing & Lead Playing program focuses on these concepts).
Lesson Jam Tracks
|12 Bar Blues in the key of A
Blues In A Jam
Use the blues or minor pentatonic scale starting on the 5th fret for this track
|12 Bar Blues in the key of D
Blues In D
Use the blues or minor pentatonic scale starting on the 10th fret for this track
|12 Bar Blues in the key of E
Blues In E Jam
Use the blues or minor pent. scale on the open position or 12th fret for this track
|Rock Riff In D Minor
Rock Riff In D Minor
Use the minor pent. scale starting on the 10th fret for this track
Additional Tracks From “The Guitar Pro Jam”
|E Blues Rock Jam
E Blues Rock Jam
Is it blues or is it rock? It’s both! So throw down some bluesy rock licks at the 12th fret and have fun!
As the name implies we are going to get that Spanish sound jamming with this chord progression. It’s in the key of B Minor so use your minor pentatonic scale at the 7th fret for some soloing fun!
|80’s Rock Groove
80’s Rock Groove
Get your hairspray out and crank the gain on your amp! This uptempo rock riff will get your heart rate up. It’s in G Minor so pull out your favorite minor pentatonic licks and start them on the 3rd fret of the E string
|Far From The Middle Of East
Far From The Middle Of East
Key of Am. Use the minor pentatonic scale starting at the 5th fret or the 17th fret.
This groovy jazz progression is great for Non Jazz players because you can use the same scale and not have to worry about switching scales as the chords change, which is usually the case in Jazz. It’s in the key of A Major so use your Major scales on the 5th fret of the E String
|Rock Groove In A
Rock Groove In A
This is a faster rock rhythm in A minor. Use the minor pentatonic scale starting at the 5th fret or the 15th fret.
This track is in the key of D minor so start your minor scales at the 10th fret of the E string.
|B Minor Bluesy Rock Groove
B Minor Bluesy Rock Groove
This fun uptempo groove is great for just about any kind of soloing. Use the minor pentatonic scale starting at the 7th fret.
|Crazy Fun Blues
Crazy Fun Blues
A super fun Blues groove in the key of A. Throw down a Blues Scale or Minor Pentatonic at the 5th fret for this one
|Blues In A Jam
Blues In A Jam
As the name implies…It’s a Blues In A! Jam out with the pentatonic scale at the 5th or 15th fret. Also try using the Major Pentatonic scale at the 8th fret.
|Reggae Jam In E Minor
Reggae Jam In E Minor
Here’s a chill Reggae groove for you to jam to. It’s in E Minor so hang in either open position or the 12th fret with your minor scales
|Funky C Minor Jam
Funky C Minor Jam
Sometime you just have to get a little funky! Use the minor pentatonic scale starting at the 8th fret to rock out to this jam
|Double Drop D Jam
Double Drop D Jam
This uses some cool sounding arpeggiated chords to create an awesome groove for soloing over. Since it’s in D Minor, use the minor or minor pentatonic scale at the 10th fret
|E Minor Percussive Jam
E Minor Percussive Jam
This jam track blends some unique rhythms with some great chords to jam on. Use the minor pentatonic scale at the 12th fret for this one
|Rock Groove In 6/4
Rock Groove in 6/4
Here’s a groove in 6/4 time that will shake things up a bit. It’s in the key of E Minor so see if you can figure out where to rip on this one!
|Chillin In C# Minor
Chillin In C# Minor
Here’s a super smooth track that is perfect for soloing with full 7 note scales on.. Or use your pentatonics. It’s in C# Minor so start your minor scale at the 9th fret of the E string