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Practice Tracks Practice Tracks CD - Guitar Masters for Rockers and Shredders  

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  • Practice Tracks

    A guitar shredding practice CD with 11 tracks that includes free Clayton guitar picks.

    Practice your guitar solos. Rock and shred over 11 monster tracks in assorted keys and tempos. The jams are extra long in length to help you practice and to make you better. Tear it up along with Hollywood’s top session players. Each CD comes with 8 high-quality Clayton guitar picks. Each guitar pick is made of durable, high-quality Delrin with a raised grip in varying gauges to allow for experimentation.


    Use this accompaniment CD to polish your chops on guitar. Order today!

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    pretty busy not a lot of holes or empty spots

    By stratosaurus

    from N Dallas TX

    Comments about Practice Tracks CD - Guitar Masters for Rockers and Shredders:

    This is pretty hard core jam, you have to jump in and time your fill. Very intense playing w a lot of rythmn guitar that I am not just used to. I could do without the rythmn guitar and allow me more space to breath and improvise.I had been using my drum machine which has bass lines and I was getting tired of trying to alter the patterns. These songs are hard set key all set to a standard tuning and a strict progression.I play a whole steop detuned and I do not use dropped D several songs are written, so some of these are increasingly hard for me to compenstate and play along. I am not willing to reset my guitar as a possibility because this is not how I play, my thick strings at std tuning, I don't think so.Not what I was expecting. I would prefer more a mix in keys and less "other' guitar. bass is fine, the funkier the better, hit the groove.This is too much like being tossed in an audition room, being expected to play your ass off on tunes you have no idea where they are going. I think I will try and stay more with the drum machines where I can at least adjust key and speed.

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