One of the most important parts of our practice is ear training, and the best way to learn to put our ears (and imagination) to work is through jamming over songs and chord progressions. Unfortunately, this is hard to do without a partner or a group, and most recorded songs already have lead guitar or vocals mixed over the accompaniment tracks.
Luckily, Daniel Seriff has put together an amazing package of tracks exclusively for Progressive Guitar Lessons, designed for improvising over common chord progressions, modal vamps, and style patterns.
If you're looking for the ultimate collection of backing tracks, look no further for your jamming pleasure!
Over 50 professionally recorded backing tracks featuring live instruments in numerous keys, tempos, and styles including:
FROM AMBIENT SOUNDSCAPES TO SCREAMING SOLO GUITAR, DANIEL SERIFF HAS BEEN BENDING BRAINWAVES AND WOWING AUDIENCES WITH HIS DEDICATION TO STRINGED INSTRUMENTS SINCE 1999.
A lifelong student, an experienced educator, and seasoned performer, Daniel has traveled the United States sharing his music and methods with a broad variety of students and audiences. He has played and studied with numerous world leading performers and teachers, and taught thousands of guitar lessons in-person and online.
A highly regarded educator, Daniel has been a clinician at The National Guitar Workshop, Charlotte Guitar Festival, British Guitar Academy, University of North Carolina School Of The Arts, and Piedmont Classical Guitar Society Guitarganza.
Daniel currently teaches as adjunct faculty at Guilford College, in Greensboro, North Carolina; at Industries for the Blind, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts Summer Session; as well as at his private, state of the art recording/teaching studio in Winston-Salem.