Free Blues Jam Track

The free blues jam track I promised you can be downloaded by right-clicking on the button below, and clicking "Save As" or "Save Target As" depending on your browser. You can also watch the video, above, as it has a scale pattern on-screen to help you. 

This particular jam track is in A minor, so you can use the A pentatonic minor scale to solo over it. If you like, hit play on the video below to hear the same track, but with the A pentatonic minor scale displayed on screen throughout the whole track.

Tip: if you hit the fullscreen button in the bottom right of the player you'll be able to see the notes better.

Watch your email for more tips on how to use this jam track in your practicing, and have fun with it!

Leave a Reply 44 comments

wawan - October 15, 2013 Reply

Thank to inform from you about blues backing tracks.
Regard. Wawan - July 18, 2016 Reply

    thanks again backing track great cant wait to try gaming along with it. same quality as other lessons of yours - September 13, 2016 Reply

    Great jam track thanks am new to playing along stuff will enjoy this new experience.

Jimi Trujillo - December 18, 2013 Reply

As a Guitar instructor it is very Important to have other musical sources in my arsenal to teach and to also keep in practice. So the convenience of not having to make this type of rehearsal tool saves time and money. Again thanks for all your help.

    roger - October 28, 2014 Reply

    ok, out for the notes c and d on the g- string....!!!!!!!

Alex - January 19, 2014 Reply

Thanks a lot. But I do not know Website You Mean

glenn - January 26, 2014 Reply

looking forward to lots of fun

Greg Hinkle - April 13, 2014 Reply

Good stuff, thanx

Kenny - June 28, 2014 Reply

This is great. I want to improve my guitar playing.

Francois Langlais - August 10, 2014 Reply

this is to confirm my adderess

Billy Bair - September 28, 2014 Reply

Thanks great jam. - October 27, 2014 Reply

Great track!
I think the C & the D labels on the G string in the diagram are supposed to be the other way around however =)

    Jonathan Boettcher - October 28, 2014 Reply

    Yeah, thanks for catching that. I'll have to change it and re-upload the video. The notes are in the right place, just the labels are reversed on both the 3rd string and the 1st string.

- October 28, 2014 Reply

I think I hear a lot of Bb in this track. If so,can you explain !!!!

    Jonathan Boettcher - October 31, 2014 Reply

    Perhaps you're hearing the Eb passing note that is used quite a bit in the main riff? That's a commonly used passing note, between the IV and the V. However, quickly skipping through the track I didn't notice a Bb...

Sr. Kay Kay - October 28, 2014 Reply

The labels of the notes are reversed on the G string, but otherwise, it's good to have the diagram. Thanks for providing this. It works with bass as well

Bob Mansfield - October 30, 2014 Reply

Some of the notes are in the wrong place. This should have been edited before

Jonathan Boettcher - October 31, 2014 Reply

Thanks to all who pointed out the mixed up C and D notes in the diagram - the video is now fixed.

- November 1, 2014 Reply

Awesome Jam track, who actually played it ?? Any thanks. - November 21, 2014 Reply

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David Snr Robbins - December 31, 2014 Reply

Thanks Jonathan this will be a great help.

Santiago Reyes Pedroza - January 30, 2015 Reply

super bedankt

Daniel B. Alcutt - February 11, 2015 Reply

Thank you, kind sir.

Jerry Smith Sr. - February 25, 2015 Reply


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Jim Rafferty - April 23, 2015 Reply

Never found the free backing tracks but thanks anyway. I'm sure they're great!!!

charlie - August 12, 2015 Reply


Tom - August 13, 2015 Reply

Hours of fun

Cruizzee - August 17, 2015 Reply

Love that cruizzy track

Frank - October 12, 2015 Reply

Thanks or the Jam Track. I will be sure to use it.


Charlie Fox - November 9, 2015 Reply

It's great to have something to play along to, it keeps time also makes practice more fun

Sean Mattoon - November 15, 2015 Reply

Thank you for the jam track - December 21, 2015 Reply

Thanks for a great track!

David Hamilton - December 25, 2015 Reply

Best page ever

- January 3, 2016 Reply

This is to confirm my address thanks a lot

Sergey - January 29, 2016 Reply

Thank you

Sergey - January 29, 2016 Reply

Thank you.

George Mealey - February 9, 2016 Reply

I am seeking backing tracks with which to play my harmonica and of course improvise.
I would suppose guitar back tracks would be the trick.
Your suggestions and the costs . Might result in an 89 year old hitting the stage with
walker and chromatic harmonica.
George Mealey

    Jonathan Boettcher - February 9, 2016 Reply

    Hi George, yes, I would say that the tracks would work well for pretty much any solo-style instrument. So guitar, harmonica... you should be fine. You can learn more about what's included in the package at this link - right now we've got a special offer on so the prices are as good as they'll ever be.

frank hege - April 28, 2016 Reply

doing as requested.

Stephen king - June 10, 2016 Reply

This is great thanks,

Douglas - August 8, 2016 Reply

I must be having trouble with my e-mail love track - September 2, 2016 Reply

Thanks good track

Roberto Canales - January 1, 2017 Reply

Well first of all have a very good new year to you all. Now after more 30 years I just picked up a guitar and when I was 14 or so I went to the con for a bit more than a year and just to learn the basics and major and minor scales and few cord progressions and did bar-rock music and J.S Back at the time. Now days I just wanna do blues and rock but finding it difficult comes to the so called TAB thing. Seams like everything is written for TAB and not for real sheet music. I am only starting to dig into it after 30 years so I need some pointers. I am also rusty comes to the world of IT and yet I was one around 20 years ago for TAFE for a good number of years. I am now a part time store man who wants to study IT now and along that study music here and there to satisfy the big gap of not having a family..... So I need all the Blues and Jazz scales written for sheet music and or do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si-do etc and not the TAB thing unless it is explained to me as its a lot of the times every where along the neck of the guitar making it virtually impossible to work it out.!!!!!! Also the main cord progressions that would go with those blues and jazz scales.
Regards and thanks
ps: I only count with a few dollars here and there as I pay private rent and the part time job only gives me a few dollars. If can get pointers and how it all ticks for free would be ineradicable. My idea is to prepare a dissent repertoire and do some basking to help me with some of the bills.
Any way thanks regards and good music to you all.....

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