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  • #31
    lol well i play that with my band Nick,if i get a chance i might record the drummer

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    • #32
      I actually found a decent backing track for this one Justin so I'm all set, but thanks anyway.
      If this is our perdition, will you walk with me?

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      • #33
        now you have that backing Nick i expect to hear you play it soon!

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        • #34
          I am working on Proto Cosmos with my band . So I asked Rick Graham , cause he did a version of that song too , and he guided me to it , so if anyone here is interested in Proto Cosmos backing track then let me know

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          • #35
            lol bloody hell JC you have changed directions with your band!Proto!!!!lol cool shit,send me a copy of you playing it-played this tune years ago(had to it was at the guyitarintitute)and shaun baxter showed me a few shapes to wing on it.That proto backing track is on the alan holdsworth forum,well it was a few years back but i havnt been back there since

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            • #36
              Yes i got i from AH form too . Will send you my version of it when i will come up with something that will not make you cut off your ears with bread knife BTW Guy form guitarwar Called Pinesol , did a pretty sick version of it , witch i liked more than rick\s and Scott\s , but i dont have it on my pc , cant get it form Gwar too cause i am not a member anymore.

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              • #37
                pinesol is a great player mate,fuck many on guitwar are!Its actualy not a hard song to play realy!i dont know what all the fuss is about it,i played it years ago and played it onstage with the band at the guitar institute with other tunes we had to learn.wouldnt say i was fantastic on it but i could blend in wellRicky graham did a great version-that bloke is a monster player

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                • #38
                  asd

                  OMG JJW , when i read your post that Shaun Baxter told you what yo do over PC i did*nt know who he was , but started to learn one Howe\s song ( i have printed out tab from guitart techniques magazine) and on the last page there was some very cool lesson about sonic shapes , and how to stack two minor 3rd intervals on top of each other, and that artcile was written by that very same Shaun Baxter , i even had sound file included , and he seems to be monster player* Holdsworth fan i guessHave you seen him play close up , how was he?
                  Last edited by JC_Denton; 08-06-2006, 02:42 PM.

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                  • #39
                    he is a cool dude JC,had lots of lessons with him and also had plenty of talks/laughs with him outside of shool -will fire you an email

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                    • #40
                      asd

                      Ohh ok, will check my mail box.

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                      • #41
                        There's supposed to be NO discussion going on in this thread. I'm reporting all y'all perps.

                        Okay, I just went through this entire thread and a lot of the links are broken. I'm always on the lookout for backing tracks, and my favorite updated websites are below.

                        Joe Satriani tribute site, with backing tracks and fan covers:
                        http://guitarplanet.free.fr/backingtracks.htm

                        Massive amount of alphabetically-sorted and new/unsorted backing tracks compiled from guitar magazine CDs, partial band covers, etc.:
                        http://www.guitarbt.com/index.php?page=dl_list

                        Pretty much how I'm playing/practicing lately is downloading various backing tracks I deem are catchy and high quality (even from artists I've never heard of), burn them to a CD, and just improvise over the tracks.

                        Hope you guys enjoy!

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                        • #42
                          hey ive just found a site with backings on it but it has an advantage you can listen to it before you download

                          http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/

                          chris
                          Say, I smell bacon.Does anyone else smell bacon?
                          Yeah, I definitely smell a pork product of some type.

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                          • #43
                            any one got a backing track for meltdown by vinnie moore?
                            Say, I smell bacon.Does anyone else smell bacon?
                            Yeah, I definitely smell a pork product of some type.

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                            • #44
                              Ton of Pink Floyd backing tracks, including an original demo of "Time" without the lead guitar.

                              http://www.gilmourish.com/?page_id=64

                              Includes:

                              See Emily Play
                              Thanks to Matthew Rigby for the track

                              Atom Heart Mother
                              - A loop of the “funky” part
                              Thanks to Maxime Michel for the track

                              One of These Days (Pompeii version)
                              - Original album version with digitally muted guitars
                              Thanks to Riccardo Sire for the track

                              Echoes
                              - Based on the album version and cut during the “funky” part
                              Thanks to Matthew Rigby for the track

                              Time
                              - Original demo recording without the guitar solo
                              Thanks to Thorbjorn Morsing for the track

                              Money
                              - This clip let’s you do both the rhythm and the three solos
                              Breathe
                              - Original album version with digitally muted rhythm guitars
                              Thanks to Riccardo Sire for the track

                              The Great Gig in the Sky
                              - Thanks to Chris Johnson for the rack
                              Shine on You Crazy Diamond 1-5
                              - Thanks to Andrea Torelli for the track
                              Shine On blues
                              - A blues based on the Shine On chords
                              Have a Cigar
                              - Thanks to Markus Auinger for the track
                              Wish You Were Here (Pulse version)
                              - Thanks to Markus Auinger for the track
                              Another Brick in the Wall part 2
                              - Thanks to Are Svendsen for the track
                              Mother (extended solo version)
                              - Extended solo as heard on “Is There Anybody Out There/ Wall Live 80-81″
                              Thanks to Matthew Rigby for the track

                              Young Lust
                              Thanks to Matthew Rigby for the track
                              Hey You
                              - Thanks to Markus Auinger for the track
                              Run Like Hell
                              - Thanks to Chris Johnson for the track
                              Comfortably Numb
                              - Thanks to Jani Ovasaka for the track
                              Fletcher Memorial Home
                              Thanks to Matthew Rigby for the track
                              Sorrow
                              - Thanks to Matthew Rigby for the track
                              On the Turning Away
                              - Thanks to John Roscoe for the track
                              Terminal Frost
                              - Thanks to John Roscoe for the track
                              Learning to Fly (Pulse version)
                              - Thanks to Markus Auinger for the track
                              Dogs of War
                              - Thanks to Fluch for the track
                              Coming Back to Life
                              - Thanks to Daniel Scates for the track
                              What Do You Want From Me
                              - Thanks to Christophe Folly for the track
                              Take it Back
                              - Thanks to Rafal Zychal for the track
                              Marooned
                              - Thanks to Stanislav Dyachenko for the track
                              Take a Breath

                              Slow Blues
                              - Thanks to Rafal Zychal for the track

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                              • #45
                                asd

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