Dominant 7th jazz backing tracks in Bb | jamtracks | Play-alongs

First, what is a backing track ? A backing track is an audio or midi musical accompaniment which gives to musicians the possibility to play over and practice licks, scales, exercises or improvisations.

Playing over backing tracks is a good way to practice or improve your guitar playing.

These three following Bb7 jazz, swing backing tracks are made with piano, bass and drum sounds.

They are in MP3 format (320 kpbs) and can be downloaded via GUMROAD.(secure payment via PAYPAL). 

You will find three different tempos : 120, 140 & 160 BPM.

10 dominant jazz guitar licks ebook pdfThese jazz backing tracks are associated with the "10 Dominant jazz guitar licks" eBook pdf.

The dominant 7th chord is one of the most versatile of any chord type. There are many options to improvise over it. 

Here are some scales, modes and arpeggios that works with these Bb7 backing tracks :

  • Bb mixolydian mode (Bb-C-D-Eb-F-G-Ab).
  • Bb major pentatonic scale (Bb-C-D-F-G).
  • Bb lydian dominant (Bb-C-D-E-F-G-Ab).
  • Bb half-whole diminished scale (Bb-Cb-Db-D-E-F-G-Ab).
  • Bb whole tone scale (Bb-C-D-E-Gb-Ab).
  • Bb superlocrian scale also called "altered scale" (Bb-C-D-Eb-F-G-A).
  • Bb major arpeggio (Bb-D-F).
  • Bb dominant bebop scale.
  • and many more arpeggios by adding 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th.

Here are some jazz licks with tabs to play over this backing tracks

Dorian & mixolydian mode 

Mixolydian mode & major pentatonic scale

Backing track preview | 160 BPM

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Bb7 jazz backing track | 120 BPM 

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Bb7 jazz backing track | 140 BPM

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