Experiment with scales and modes, change and alter them and most important use your imagination. Play the scales at the right places at the right time, and use different guitar techniques: hammer-ons, pull-offs, trills, slides, string bending. Whatever your level of ability, you can use these Jam Tracks to play cool and interesting solo's. Good luck and have fun!
Stoner Blues Shuffle Backing Track For Guitar in C minor (Cm)
Blues Backing Track
Main riff: Cm - A# // F - D# // G // D# // F
Chorus: Cm // G# // A#
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I make backing tracks for guitar, drums and bass in various genres often melded with rock. I use a lot of synth and electronic based elements as of late, merging them with the more traditional elements of guitar and bass. I'm in the Dirty Boots, a backing band of various genres and have a yet unnamed original band that blends psychedelic, prog, funk, and jam band elements.