Blues Backing Tracks Frequently Asked Questions Page

Q. Can I make money from selling your Blues Backing Tracks?

4/21/2010
A. Absolutely - I've done all the hard work so you don't have to! You can sign up as an affiliate and earn a generous commission on every track that is bought after someone comes to the site through your unique affiliate link! As I add tracks frequen

Q. Do I need long Blues Backing Tracks?

4/21/2010
A. The long tracks help you effortlessly get into the flow and really let go and get into your soloing, whatever instrument you play, the long takes help you cut your chops to! New ideas tend to come the longer you solo. Also, you don't have to keep

Q. How long are your blues backing tracks?

4/21/2010
A. Blues Backing Tracks .com sells Backing Tracks at 3 different lengths: 5, 10 and approx 20 minute versions. Blues Backing Tracks .com is the only internet site that sells Blues Backing Tracks at these different lengths - ideal for those who love t

Q. I just want the Free Stuff! Where can I Download free Blues Backing Tracks?

4/21/2010
A. You can download free Blues Backing tracks right here (coming Soon!)

Q. I’m a beginner, what good will a Blues Backing Track do for me?

4/21/2010
A. I hear you! If you are just starting out, then a Blues Backing Track will be extremely helpful to you and you will find improvising your pentatonic/blues scale to be much more interesting when there is some cool blues music in the background! (Che

Q. I’m a music teacher, will your tracks help me teach my students how to improvise?

4/21/2010
A. Definitely! The main reason I started recording the long blues backing tracks was to help me teach the blues to my students! The length of the tracks is extremely beneficial to those teaching improvisation. We also offer an affiliate program where

Q. If the Backing Tracks are 20 Minutes, aren't you just cutting and pasting sections to create a long track?

4/21/2010
A. No, the average take from each musician is over 10 minutes, so you get the feeling of movement and groove, not just an overly monotonous track that doesn't seem to change - so the long tracks remain fresh!

Q. I'm ready to buy, what do I have to do?

4/21/2010
A. There are a few options, and the best (least expensive) way to buy the tracks is via the 'Blues Backing Tracks Club' (where we send you 1, 2 or 3 tracks every month. You can click here to go to the Club Page (Coming Soon) and choose which one you

Q. What instruments are used on your Blues Backing Tracks?

4/21/2010
A. Some of the instruments and equipment includes: Fender Stratocaster guitars (from American Standards to Signature model Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton models), Ibanez Ergodyne EDB550 Bass Guitar, Fender Jazz Bass, Martin OOO, Reason Pianos, R

Q. What is a Blues Backing Track?

4/21/2010
A. A blues backing track is a track that plays in the background as you use your instrument of choice to jam over. Those new to this, jam means to play music/improvise/make stuff up that you hope sounds good while the Backing track is playing! Check

Q. What is Blues Backing Tracks . com?

4/21/2010
A. Blues Backing Tracks.com is a place for people who love to improvise and also love blues and blues infected music. It is a 'One Stop Shop For Chiseling Your Blues Chops!' The blues backing tracks available are for musicians to Download and Jam to

Q. Who plays on your backing tracks?

4/21/2010
A. Check out the BIO page (Coming Soon!)

Q. Why are your Blues Backing Tracks so good?

4/21/2010
A. What a great question! Blues Backing Tracks . com was started by a guitar teacher (me, Johnny London) who loves to improvise and to teach improvisation. I needed quality tracks that me and my students could jam to. So, I started writing a range of

Q. Why should I use Blues Backing Tracks?

4/21/2010
A. Backing tracks can be extremely helpful for all musicians - they are great aids for learning how to solo, or for improving your soloing, and they can help you master your instruments. They can also save you a loads of effort and time (relative to

Reward Points

8/17/2010
Q. How do I use my Reward points? I've bought a few tracks and need to know how I can use my Reward Points...