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Looking for Backing Tracks for Practicing on Guitar, I listen to Heavy Metal and Progressive Metal genre.

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there are quite a few sites out there that can provide you with guitar backing tracks.

For example, on http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/top.php, you can get backing tracks for many, many songs. But I think you're searching more for style related backing-tracks. So these could be useful:*

*Since I'm at work right-now, I couldn't listen to the backings yet. I can't assure their quality.

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If you are looking for something random and fresh, just type "jam track" in youtube search. Specify a genre, if you are looking for something particular:

Tons and tons of them.

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If you have Guitar Pro, you can download your favorites songs. Mute the guitar part and then export the resulting file to WAV. After that you can convert this wav to a smaller file, and voila, instant backing track.

I do this and put the tracks in my Ipod which I can then plug into a solid state amp.

Resources:

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Other good sources are the heavy metal magazines, like Metal Hammer and Kerrang they have backing tracks on CD with each issue or available for download.

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Probably a little late since the post was created in 2011, but guitartonemaster.com is definitely worth a visit! A website packed with jam and backing tracks.

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