Key of C Practice Tracks

This page is for Practice Tracks with a Tonal Center of C. There are three sections below: first for Major, the second for Minor, and a third for Blues-based tracks which are flexible enough to use either or both. Above each video are the vital statistics for the track - what you need to know in order to play along with/over it. For tips and ideas for using these, please see the general introductory page /practice-tracks.

Practice Tracks in C Major

Title & Comments: Single chord track. as it says!
Author: Jack's Guitar Trax.
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 90bpm 
Key: C Major 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: C major. C pentatonic major. Or simply the open strings of the ukulele
Chords: Take a wild guess, go 'head.

 

 

Title & Comments: Cma7 track. This is a smooth pop feel, and uses only a single chord. A perfect track for beginning improvisers.
Author: Bass Room
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 90bpm 
Key: C Major 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: C major. C pentatonic major. Or just the open strings of the ukulele
Chords: Cma7

  

  

Title & Comments: Coconut! One of the weirdest, and greatest songs ever. Also a one-chord wonder! This karaoke version is clean and easy to follow. It does include background vocals.
Author: Harry Nilsson. Video by The Karaoke Channel.
Meter & Tempo: 2/4 about 67bpm  
Key: C Major  
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: C major. C pentatonic major. Or just the open strings of the ukulele 
Chords: C7 (but a plain C works too. Think Cma7 is the same? heh. Try it, and find out!)

 

 

Title & Comments: Slow Country Ballad
Author: Best Songs Backing Tracks.
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 65bpm 
Key: C Major 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: C major. C pentatonic major. Or simply the open strings of the Ukulele.
Chords: C  F  G

 

 

Title & Comments: Acoustic track.
Author: Nick Neblo.
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 90bpm 
Key: C Major 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: C major. C pentatonic major. Or simply the open strings of the ukulele. 
Chords: C  F  G  Am

Practice Tracks in C Minor

Practice Tracks in C with a flexible modality