Hello friends. This week, I'm going to offer up a pretty sweet set of JamTracks for you to work on your lead playing. No long story, no diatribe about why you should learn a certain skill or technique.. just an awesome set of tracks to help you develop your lead playing.
For me, this is one of my favorite parts of a full JamPlay membership.. over 700 of these tracks in just about every genre, skill set, or key for you to work on your playing and feel. Being able to improvise over tracks such as these always gives me a sense
of where I'm at with my playing. It gives me insight into how comfortable I am in any given key, how my sense of timing is coming together, and helps me focus on targeting notes in the progression instead of noodling like a noob.
But enough, let's play. Here they are.
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I leave you with at least a full weekend of tracks to enjoy, and leads to improve upon. To be completely honest, there are a few JamTracks within our library that I still improvise to that I first started working with over 24 months ago! So download these
tracks, enjoy them, have a conversation with them, and let them open up your playing this weekend.
Chris Dawson is a JamPlay Co-Founder. He graduated from the University of Dayton in 2005 with double majors in Entrepreneurship and MIS, and shortly after began creating jamplay.com with partners Jeff Booth (Colorado) and Kevin Wimer (Dayton, OH).
He first began the development of jamplay.com in 2007, but transitioned to artist relations, video editing, and operating the Ohio production studio from 2009-2013. Chris is now tasked with front-end web development, client-side code, accounting, music publishing,
and writing crappy publications such as this. Go easy on him, he's shy.