Filthy Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in D Minor

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14 thoughts on “Filthy Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in D Minor

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  3. Is there tutorial about how to use each lesson. I’m living in the pentatonic blues scales and BB Box.

    Tried one of your tracks yesterday, but it took my a few minutes of middling through the scale display pattern in order to make something that sounded like music.

    So am I using it wrong, not have enough knowledge or maybe not read the instructions?

    Should I map out every chord to see how the given scale matches up to each chord?

    I seem to like your format over others out there.

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