This month's FREE backing track is a lot of fun to play along with. The chords are Em-Em-Am-B7, and is easy to improvise over using the Em Pentatonic scale as a foundation. If you'd like to learn more about how to play rhythm or solo along to backing tracks such as this, Contact me for a free consultation / trial lesson
John Mayer covering Jimi Hendrix's Voodoo Child
This month's FREE backing track is perfect to practice your blues improvising. It's in the key of A, so pretty much anything with Am pentatonic, Am blues scale will work great. Experiment and see what you come up with! If you'd like to learn more about how to play rhythm or solo along to backing tracks such as this, Contact me for a free consultation / trial lesson Press play below to jam with the backing track!
Ska was a pre-cursor to reggae, with a more upbeat feel. As legend has it, ska was a popular style in Jamaica from the late 1950's until the summer of 1966 when it was so hot that the musicians slowed down the music to create what is now called Rocksteady. Rocksteady eventually led to reggae, and all three genres are now distinct in their own ways. You may know the reinvented ska sound from bands such as The Specials and The Police, to Bruno Mars and even Amy Winehouse! Seriously, this stuff is everywhere, so it's good to know how to pull it out when you need to. Below you will find a backing track, as well as tablature to