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  • diablomozart
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    Originally posted by Number Of The Priest View Post

    Since the above links are long broken, I uploaded all of diablomozart's backing tracks to Soundcloud:

    https://soundcloud.com/notp1/sets/diablomozarts-jcf-backing-tracks

    I have done this with his permission and he is aware that I kept and reuploaded his creations all these years later.
    ...and was really surprised too lol...d.m.

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  • Number Of The Priest
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    Since the above links are long broken, I uploaded all of diablomozart's backing tracks to Soundcloud:

    https://soundcloud.com/notp1/sets/diablomozarts-jcf-backing-tracks

    I have done this with his permission and he is aware that I kept and reuploaded his creations all these years later.

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  • outlawten5
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    drumandbasstracks.com is a good one too. Alittle pricey but good quality

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  • Number Of The Priest
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    GUITAR BT is back up!

    Here's another recent and decent website of backing tracks:

    http://freshbt.com/

    Youtube also makes it easy for people to share and search for songs. Of particular interest are the video game master tracks from the Rock Band and Guitar Hero series with guitar tracks removed so it's easy to play over those.

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  • Number Of The Priest
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    GUITARBT is down now.

    I've been using GUITARBACKINGTRACK for some time now... it lets you preview the song in low quality before downloading the proper track. VERY useful.

    http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/

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  • Megadeth79
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    Anyone has the full backing track of Opeth's Ending Credits. I have found only the short version on the internet. Thanks.

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  • Diego
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    I loved diablomozart backing tracks does anyone have samples o tracks of keyboards ?
    I am aiming for generic stuf (to compose arround it)

    Thanks to all
    Diego

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  • Cenk
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    Hi guys

    I don't know if that's been posted earlier but www.guitarbt.com is a great place for backing tracks!

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  • GryphonGuitar
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    Anyone who wants the backing tracks for Dream Theater's album Systematic Chaos, contact me. I got a hold of the actual studio recording minus guitar - it's awesome, but I have nowhere to host...

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  • Razor
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    Check out Guitar Chaos.com

    http://www.guitarchaos.com

    Great forum with a cool laid back memebership. Reminds me of here a lot.

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  • JC_Denton
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    asd

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  • Vass
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    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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  • Super_shredder
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    any one got a backing track for meltdown by vinnie moore?

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  • Super_shredder
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    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

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  • Number Of The Priest
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    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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