Thanks so much for the feedback Bruce. Glad you enjoyed it!
Hi Scott, In case you did not find it... The backing track can be played by pressing the icon as shown in the screenshot above. As far as I know there is no way to download the backing tracks directly.
Wow, very nice Marty! I really enjoyed listening to it.
Here's my take on Johnny's Blues. I upped the tempo to about 120 and made my own backing track so I could try to do some harmonization like you did in the video with Paul. Another great lesson. Any feedback appreciated.
I'd love a lesson on gospel style blues. Something along the lines of Worth Waiting' On from your Blues Full Circle album.
Great lesson. Thanks Duke.
Hey Mike, I'm not sure if you were aware that that link is busted. It goes to a backing track but it's not for this lesson.
Laoyao, The backing track at this point is the last lesson in this series (Lesson 5: Jam Track with Duke).
Hi Duke, Here's my second cut at it with your backing track. Ton of fun. I always love these tunes where we get to trade 4s with you. I went a bit overboard on the overdrive... you'ed probably say "too much mustard." :))
Hi Duke, Here's my cut at it. I made my own backing track just for fun and changed the tempo and ending slightly.
Well that went a bit sideways... in a funky kind of way :) Looking forward to the backing tracks.
Thanks as always for another great lesson.
Here's my try at it. Thanks for another great lesson.
Well I keep coming back to this tune. Here is a different take my previous audio track. I changed up the feel to make it jump a bit more. I recorded a backing track and then did the chord melody and solo over that. I'm working on getting my audio and video in sync... still more to learn but I'm gaining on it!
Loved this lesson. Here's an audio track I put together that has me doing a backing track, chord melody section and solo section. As always, a work in progress but I'd love to get your feedback.
Beautiful Marty --- the bends sound so good ... and the ending was great.
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