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New CD Offers Backing Tracks for Guitarists

Press Desk

Our Press Desk collects press releases from audio manufacters, software developers, and instrument manufacturers and distributors. All content is created by the original company or their PR representives and is only lightly edited for clarity where necessary.

Thursday January 1, 2004

October 13, 2004

3 Minute Entertainment has introduced "Guitar Voices", a collection of backing tracks created specifically for guitarists.

Founded by two graduates of the Academy of Contemporary Music, the company saw a lack in backing tracks that allowed guitarists to develop their improvisational techniques, as well as their chops & stylistic abilities. GuitarVoices is their first product designed to fill this gap.

Guitar Voices features 8 tracks, covering Classic Rock, Ballads, Funk, Metal, Blues, Melodic Rock, Fusion & Neo-classical shred.

The Guitar Voices CD is the first in the series, which will mean future "Voices" releases in specific styles & genres, which will be beneficial to other instrumentsaside from guitar.

The Guitar Voices CD comes in a cool contemporary Glossy Card Wallet, with a full color printed CD, and sells for £9. 99 including Shipping ($19.95 outside of UK), and will be available for purchase in October.

For more information, visit their web site at

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