Seductive Lounge Funk | Guitar Backing Track Jam In Cm

 
Published on Oct. 14, 2017

The C Minor (aeolian) or just the C Minor Pentatonic scale work really well with this track. Just let your fingers do the talking. HEY, YOU... READ WHAT'S DOWN HERE! ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ ===-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------=== If you enjoyed this track - get over here & download it... https://elevatedjamtracks.bandcamp.com For a short time you can get *more than 90% off* the entire digital discography by using the discount code "ELEVATED" Guys... I put a hell of a lot of effort into pumping out these tracks for you on pretty much a daily basis. The main thing that will keep the channel going strong is your direct support (Ads don't quite pay the bills for small creators unfortunately) So if you'd like to see us continue, grow and improve, please consider getting the discography from Bandcamp 💪💪 All my efforts here in return for a few quid seems reasonable to me. Also, donations are always welcome: https://paypal.me/elevatedtom/10 Any support from you awesome people is greatly appreciated. 🤘 Happy shredding! 🤘 ===-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------=== If you enjoy these guitar backing tracks please make sure you drop me a big ol' thumbs up 👍👍👍 Also, Subscribing to the channel is very much appreciated. But hey, if you don't want to do either of those things, then that's fine too. Go about your day... I'd like to improve this channel in any way possible for you guys so please leave any feedback you might have in the comments below with any suggestions... Don't be shy & let me have it. SOLOING TIPS: - *PLAY WHAT'S IN YOUR HEART*. Don't let your fingers go on auto-pilot. This can be achieved by humming and singing a melody or phrase and then recreating it on the guitar. This is how many pros practice. - *GET CREATIVE*. Think of your solo like a conversation. You don't talk in monotone and say the same things over and over again, do you? Use inflection, intonation, pause, pitch and volume like you would if you were speaking. Never underestimate the power of building dynamics in your solo. - *FIND YOUR VOICE*. When it comes to guitar solos, phrasing is everything. It gives you your unique voice and is something the greats have worked hard to master. Try to develop iconic nuances that define your style (a vocabulary of sorts)... whether that's bends, licks, runs, hammer-ons etc. Your voice is waiting to be heard. Thanks for watching and enjoy! :) And remember... "Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." - Plato