Jazz jam tracks

Jam tracks created in the metal genre.
Typical scales to play over jazz is modal scales, bebop scales and pentatonic scales. In reality, different scales are often used over different chords, but to make it easier one or two scales can in most cases be used throughout the whole song.


Jam Track in F Major


Normal tempo (60 BPM):
Slow tempo (50 BPM):

Suggested scales to play over the jam track: F Major (image below show two octaves), F Bebop, Dm Melodic, F Dorian
B Locrian scale diagram
Instruments: Bass, piano and drums
Chords included in the jam track: Fmaj7, D7, Gm7, Em7b5, Dm7, G7, C9, Bbmaj7, Eb9, Abmaj7, C13, F6


Jam Track in Eb Major


Normal tempo (85 BPM):
Slow tempo (70 BPM):

Suggested scales to play over the jam track: Eb Major, Eb Bebop, Cm Melodic, Eb Dorian
Instruments: Bass, piano and drums
Chords included in the jam track: Ebmaj7, C7, Fm7, Dm7b5, Cm7, F7, Bb9, Abmaj7, Db9, Gbmaj7, Bb13, Eb6


Jam Track in C Major


Normal tempo (110 BPM):
Slow tempo (95 BPM):

Suggested scales to play over the jam track: C Major, C Super Locrian, Cm Bebop
Instruments: Bass, piano and drums
Chords included in the jam track: Cmaj7, Ebmaj7, Abmaj7, G7, Gm7, Bbmaj7, F#m7b5