Key of E Practice Tracks

Below are Practice Tracks sourced from several Youtube content creators. Each is in a specific key and chosen by Songdog for students to improvise over, using what ever vocabulary they have. Your vocabulary includes single pitches, rhythms, scales, chords, riffs, melodies, etc.

 

Practice Tracks in E Major

 

Title & Comments: Two chord track. Nice track that's easy to solo over. Also that piano riff over top of the chords is reminiscent of Something In the Night, by Bruce Springsteen. cool.
Author: Tom Bailey.
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 80bpm.  
Key: E major  
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: E major. E pentatonic major.  
Chords: E  Asus2 (a regular A chord works as well)  C#m

 

  

Title & Comments: Nice groove.
Author: Tom Bailey. 
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 80bpm.   
Key: E major   
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: E major. E pentatonic major.   
Chords: E  A  B  C#m

 

 

Title & Comments: This cool groove is based on Under the Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers. The author modified the chord changes, kept the overall feel, and made a sweet little track to play around with. 
Author: Ben Eggington. 
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 80bpm. 
Key: E major 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: E major. E pentatonic major. 
Chords: E  C#m  G#  A    (the G# major chord is my total fav here! Normally it would be a minor chord, but the major, and the way it leads into the A chord is just cool.)

Practice Tracks in E Minor

Title & Comments: "Aeolian" is another word for Minor. This is an old standby for Songdog students. It changes between the i chord and the iv chord in E minor. Simple and groovy. 
Author: Quist. 
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 74bpm. 
Key: E minor 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: E minor. E pentatonic minor. Or simply the guitar open strings. 
Chords: Em  Am

 

 

Title & Comments: This one is even simpler, using only the E Minor chord itself. If you like, try singing over it: “we don’t need no ed-uca-tion.” And you’ll realize it’s derived from Another Brick in the Wall pt. 2 by Pink Floyd. ;-) 
Author: Guitarfreak. 
Meter & Tempo: 4/4 about 105bpm. 
Key: E minor 
Scales, Pitch vocabulary: E minor. E pentatonic minor. Or simply the guitar open strings. 
Chords: Em 

Practice Tracks in E with a flexible blues modality