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Backing Tracks

One of the most important aspects of learning guitar is playing and practicing along to real music. Playing along to songs or backing tracks helps develop timing, creativity, and musical experience. These play-along tracks can be a serious practice tool – They make practice a lot more fun and are great training for those wanting to get their 'band' skills together.

  Backing Tracks (This Site)
  Guitar Backing Tracks
  Free Blues Backing Tracks
  Free Guitar Backing Tracks (YouTube)
  LGN - Free Blues Backing Tracks
  PracticeTheGuitar.com - Downloadable Backing Tracks
Licks played in the Key of A  Licks played in the Key of A (Misc. licks in A to play and practice along to real music)
Tired Father's Weekend Song List

Tired Father's Weekend Song List is a large hard copy collection of songs that Mark (a friend of mine) passed on to another good buddy, Phil, who was kind enough to convert the compilation to PDF. Due to the large size of the anthology, Phil converted the manuscript into 5 Song Lists. Check them out - you're bound to find something you like.

NOTE: The original document source is unknown.

Tired Father's Weekend Song List 1  Song List 1 (7,810 KB)
Tired Father's Weekend Song List 2  Song List 2 (9,723 KB)
Tired Father's Weekend Song List 3  Song List 3 (7,912 KB)
Tired Father's Weekend Song List 4  Song List 4 (8,032 KB)
Tired Father's Weekend Song List 5  Song List 5 (9,011 KB)
Other Stuff
Pentatonic Scale Positions/Boxes  Pentatonic Scale Positions/Boxes
Mixing Major & Minor Pentatonic Scales – Key A  Mixing Major & Minor Pentatonic Scales – Key A
Licks played in the Key of A  Licks played in the Key of A (Misc. licks in A to play and practice along to real music)
 
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