Guitar Backing Track #8 in B – Slow Blues 80 BPM

Have Guitar is happy to give you another backing track for guitar solo practise. This one is clearly inspired by Led Zeppelin but not a straight off clone. It’s slow moving in 80 BPM, kinda heavy and veeeery groovy, baby. Did I mention its blues? No? Well it is but not trad blues.

All guitars & base played by Magnus Cassersjö. Addictive Drums 2 arranged by Magnus Cassersjö. Keyboard by Christer Sundh. Recorded and mixed in Reaper.

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This backing track is available with or without commentary, see the videos linked below the text.

ReampZones Marshall 2555 Silver Jubilee (used in the example solo)

Pete’s Profiles (the guitar in the track is played with a univibe profile)

Live Ready Sounds (Base sound comes from their Traced Bass pack)

XLN Audio (Addictive Drums 2)

Kemper official website

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Guitar backing track #7 in E – Funk/Rock in 130 BPM

Have Guitar proudly presents the 7th backing track – “Circle of Clowns”, a funk/rock backing track in E, 130 BPM. The backing track is available with or without comments.

Equipment used in this recording:
Guitar is a Fender Amercian Standard Stratocaster through the Kemper Profiling Amp, the profile used is ReampZone’s Orange TH30 Modded. Base used is an Epiphone Thunderbird classic IV pro also run through the Kemper, the profile comes from the free bass rigs in Rig Manager – Brass Diver Solo. Drums are XLN Audios Addictive Drums 2. Recorded with Reaper.

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ReampZones Orange TH30 (Modded) Kemper profiles

Kemper official website

XLN Audio

Commented backing track:

 

No comments backing track:

Guitar Backing Track in A – Grunge / Rock in 90 BPM (Commented)

Have Guitar proudly presents the 6th backing track – “Night Falls”, a grunge/rock backing track in A (that transcends into D), 90 BPM. This is the version with commentary, if you want the version without comments/demo see the link below.

Equipment used in this recording:
First part is recorded with a Gibson Ace Frehley Budokan Les Paul Custom through a Dumble Kemper-profile from ReampZone. The second part’s using Kemper profiles from the same pack, but the guitars used are a Harley Benton TE-70 Black Paisley and a Gibson Les Paul Standard ’76. The bass is an Ibanez 5-string bass and the drums are XLN Audio’s Addictive Drums 2. The demo solo is performed with a Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance and the Kemper profile comes from RempZones Fuchs Blackjack 21-pack.

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This backing track without commentary

ReampZones Dumble ODS / 50W HRM Kemper profiles

Fuchs Blackjack 21 MKII Kemper Profile

Kemper official website

XLN Audio

Guitar Backing Track in A – Blues rock in 80 BPM (commented)

Here’s the 5th backing track from Have Guitar – a slow blues rock track. This is the version where I comment the backing track, as was requested in a previous backing track. But I have uploaded another version without commentary for those of you who prefer that.

This is a slow blues rock tune in the key of A, there’s just that and nothing fancy pancy or weird about it. The title is creative enough “Blue Rock” and the tempo is 80 BPM.

So, I hope you like this backing track from Have Guitar! And if you do, please do subscribe – there’s plenty more to watch from where this came and a subscription will give good support for the channel!

Guitar Backing Track in A – Blues rock in 80 BPM

Here’s the 5th backing track from Have Guitar – a slow blues rock track. This is the uncommented version of the backing track. But I have uploaded another version with commentary for those of you who prefer that.

This is a slow blues rock tune in the key of A, there’s just that and nothing fancy pancy or weird about it. The title is creative enough “Blue Rock” and the tempo is 80 BPM.

So, I hope you like this backing track from Have Guitar! And if you do, please do subscribe – there’s plenty more to watch from where this came and a subscription will give good support for the channel!

Guitar Backing Track in A – Heavy rock in 120 BPM

So, here’s the first backing track from Have Guitar! Hope you like it – I find it being very easy to solo free form over this backing track and straight in the key of A unless you wish to complicate things…

Title: 69 over 70
Style & Key: Heavy rock in A
BPM: 120

Recorded with a Fender American Stratocaster and an Ibanez bass. Drums from Addicitive Drums 2.

Profiles used in this backing track:

ReampZone’s JVM410 –

Tonehammer’s Spawn Quickshot

Guidorist’s AsWeTe –