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Backing Tracks - Major Three Chord progressions

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Major Three-chord progressions

Basic Folk progression BFP
They are in 8 keys and three tempos (65, 90 and 120). Use them to get the sound of the cords, and as backing tracks. They are long 10-15 minutes, which makes them boring as listening track, but good for practise. Download all files as a zip-file.
65 very slowCDEbEFGABb
90 SlowCDEbEFGABb
120 MediumCDEbEFGABb
I-IV-V-I Rock progression
They are in 8 keys and three tempos, but only in one tempo (120) this time. But instead I have made one track where each chord last one bar (4x1), and one with two bars of each chord (4x).
4x1CDEbEFGABb
4x2CDEbEFGABb


Backing Track
I-V-IV-I progression - 120
CDEbEFGABb

Backing Track
I-IV-V-IV progression - 120
CDEbEFGABb

Backing Track
I-V-IV-V progression - 120
CDEbEFGABb
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