Backing Tracks For Guitarists, Keyboardists, Harmonica and Horn Players to Practice Improvisation
Where Is The Band?
The next best thing to a band is some sort of backing track. This can give give you the feeling of what it's like playing with other musicians at least from the sonic perspective.
To find out what it's like when the drummer is an ass or the guitarist is a stoner who never shows up on time...well you'll have to play in a few bands to get that thrill. Until then backing tracks! At least they are reliable.
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