Sharing my efforts to attain flatpick guitar competency.
Thanks for all these practice tracks. What position and fret capo are playing WBB out of?
Key of D, no capo, standard tuning. (Usually, but sometimes capo 2 if my capo is already there when someone calls this tune.)
Great site. Do you know why sometimes the track play but sometimes they don't? The always appear to load fine, but sometimes they won't play.I'm using Apple desktop
Thanks. Let me know which files are causing problems, and I'll check it out!
I cannot believe I just found this website. AWESOME!
As a mandolin player, this site is just fantastic for backup tracks - and the different tempos are great!Thanks for your time and effortcheers!
Thanks once again for these excellent backing tracks.
Thanks for your work. I bet there's more mandolin players here than all the others.
See you at Winfield in September! This site is awesome!
Very well thought out page. Is there a page like this where the flat-pick lead is presented in various tempos?
Woody, I don't known of a website like that, but Steve Kaufman's Parking lot Picker series records each flatpick lead at a slow and fast tempo.
You sir, are friggin awesome. Just what I was looking for.
Dave, what a fantastic website! Thanks for all of the work it must take to maintain this. I've been playing guitar along with your rhythm tracks for at least two years now. Your site has been incredibly helpful. Thanks again! - Lee
There is a Doc Watson/ Bryon Sutton version of this that is really pretty
Thank you thank you thank you
Stumbled on to your site looking for back up to my fiddle. This is perfect as I'm a mediochre fiddler at best so the slower speeds are great. I'm trying to get my chops back up. Been doing some jazz violin as well (flat keys ugh). If you ever feel like laying down some more tunes, I'm working on Carroll County Blues. Don't know how this identity works, my name is Don
Another post to say thank you! I'm fairly new at bluegrass, and playing along with your backing tracks has been invaluable! Thanks for this website!
Thank You.Really helpful to budding pickers.
These are great but can you do them starting at 150bpm
Sure man, I'm planning to go back and add slower speeds on these old tracks I did.
Excellent!! Good to see the site still going strong....good learning tool!