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Ultimate Blues Guitar Backing Tracks


  • 90+ blues backing tracks in all. Instant download!
  • High-quality MP3 jam tracks over 55 popular blues guitar songs (with complete tab and music notation)
  • 36 additional blues backing tracks in all 12 major keys (with scale notation)

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Ultimate Blues Guitar Backing Tracks features the following tracks (plus the full tab to play along note-for-note):

  • Everyday I Have The Blues by B.B. King
  • Why I Sing the Blues by B.B. King
  • The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King
  • Woke Up This Morning by B.B. King
  • Hoochie Coochie Man by Muddy Waters
  • Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters
  • Got My Mojo Working by Muddy Waters
  • Smokestack Lightning by Howlin Wolf
  • Spoonful by Howlin Wolf
  • Born Under A Bad Sign by Albert King
  • Crosscut Saw by Albert King
  • Crossfire by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • Pride And Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • Still Got The Blues by Gary Moore
  • The Sky Is Crying by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • Three O’Clock Blues by B.B. King
  • Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • Stone Crazy by Buddy Guy
  • Tore Down by Eric Clapton
  • Rock Me Baby by B.B. King
  • Hide Away by Freddie King
  • Have You Ever Loved A Woman by Freddie King
  • San Ho Zay by Freddie King
  • Boom Boom by John Lee Hooker
  • You Upset Me Baby by Joe Bonamassa
  • Dust My Broom Elmore James
  • Killing Floor by Jimi Hendrix
  • Bad To The Bone by George Thorogood
  • Sweet Home Chicago by The Blues Brothers
  • T-Bone Shuffle by T-Bone Walker
  • Going Up The Country by Canned Heat
  • Crossroads by Cream
  • Red House by Jimi Hendrix
  • Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers
  • Cold Shot by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • The House Is Rocking by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • And More!

Plus 36 12 Bar Blues Backing Tracks

  1. A Minor Blues
  2. Shuffle In A
  3. Slow Blues In A
  4. Walking Bass In A
  5. B Flat Jazz Blues
  6. Walking Bass in B Flat
  7. Walking Bass in B
  8. Shuffle In B
  9. Slow Blues In B
  10. Walking Bass In C
  11. Shuffle in C
  12. Slow Blues In C
  13. C Sharp Minor Blues
  14. Funky Blues In C Sharp
  15. Walking Bass In C Sharp
  16. Slow Blues In D
  17. Texas Blues In D
  18. Walking Bass In D
  19. D Sharp Minor Blues
  20. Walking Bass In D Sharp
  21. E Minor Blues
  22. Slow Blues In E
  23. Texas Blues In E
  24. Walking Bass In F
  25. Shuffle In F
  26. Slow Blues In F
  27. F Sharp Shuffle
  28. Walking Bass In F Sharp
  29. Slow Blues In F Sharp
  30. G Minor Blues
  31. Walking Bass In G
  32. Shuffle In G
  33. Slow Blues In G
  34. G Sharp Shuffle
  35. Walking Bass In G Sharp
  36. Slow Blues In G Sharp

Plus 12 Cheat Sheets

Also included are 12 cheat sheets in PDF format. Each cheat sheet has the scale pattern and lead patterns you’ll need to play in each key notated in tab and traditional music notation.

Here’s A Sample:

“The Thrill Is Gone” by B.B. King

Complete Notation: The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King

A Fun And Effective Method Of Practicing

One of the most important steps in my progress as a guitar player has been having the opportunity to play along with others, in a live band situation. There’s nothing quite like the live dynamic. However, I don’t usually get more than one or two opportunities a week to play with the band – so what happens in the meantime?

Over the years I’ve come to rely on practicing with backing tracks to improve my chops on my own, without having to get the band together for another jam session!

Backing tracks have been my own secret practice weapon, and now I’m about to open up my arsenal and share them with you!

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you want to learn how to improvise on your guitar?
  • Do you ever feel frustrated by not having anyone to practice with regularly?
  • Have you wasted money on guitar lessons that taught you hardly anything?
  • Are you sick of cheezy midi backing tracks that sound like the ice cream truck?
  • Are you practicing, but with seemingly little progress in your playing?
  • Have you ever struggled with ‘stage fright’ when about to play in front of others?
  • Do you have trouble turning a scale into a solo?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you’re in precisely the right place, at the right time.

Any professional of any skill will tell you that if you want to be good, you need to practice over and over again… not just any kind of practice. It would help if you practiced as you would do it live. That means you can’t just throw a basketball around, you need to actually shoot for the hoop, from places you’ll be shooting during a game!

Well, the same goes for the guitar. Practicing licks is great, but if you truly want to master the licks, you need to learn how to fit them into a song, or a solo. Therefore, you need to practice them in a song. Otherwise, when the time comes to play, it will be difficult to line it up properly, and it may end up falling flat.

No one wants that to happen!