Major Blues Backing Track Singles

E Major Blues 80 BPM Backing Track

Chip Gibbons

This is a 12-bar-blues backing track with a tempo of 80 BPM. It is straight time, not swung. It's a great way to stretch your creativity and more fun that practicing with a metronome.

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E Major Blues 100 BPM Backing Track

Chip Gibbons

This is a backing track for practice and pleasure. It's a 12-bar-blues instrumental with drum, bass and synth tracks, just waiting for you to add guitar or another instrument to it. Playing with a backing track is more fun than just a metronome. Have fun!

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Blues Backing Tracks Album - Major Keys

Major Betty Blues Backing Tracks

Chip Gibbons

A spacious 12-bar-blues backing track in all major keys at both 110 bpm and 90 bpm for practice and improvisation.

It's way more fun to practice and improvise to backing tracks instead of that boring monotonous metronome. This album allows you to practice or improvise in all major keys at two tempos. You can play through them in the album order or create your own playlists so that you can play through them in the order that works best for you. Regardless what instrument you play these tracks are great for:

  • Practicing and improvising on all the major scales.
  • Learning the 1, 4, and 5 chords in all the major scales and all their inversions.
  • Learning different ways of expressing the chords like arpeggios, or block chords.
  • Try playing the minor pentatonic scale of the relative minor against the major. (Like playing A minor pentatonic with C major backing track.
  • There's a lot of space in these backing tracks so you can let your imagination take you where it leads.
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