My Old Guitar

2537 downloads

This track features a raw, down-tempo bluesy groove in 6/4. A patient snare/toms/crash run starts things off, and then the song drops into a kick/snare/ride groove before a fill on the toms transitions into the Read more...

Style: R&B Time signature: 6/4
BPM: 120 Decade: Current
Length: 4:20 Drummer: BeatMaster

Keywords:
blues, groove, sad, woman, toms, kick, snare, ride, crash cymbal, hi-hat

Available licenses: 
Non-Commercial ($9.95)
Add to cart
Source Tracks ($24.95)
Add to cart
Commercial ($49.95)
Add to cart
Exclusive ($149.95)
Add to cart
 

Best Value

Get three tracks for the price of two with DrumTracks.com best value deal.

Play   Name   Style   BPM   Time Sig   Length   Decade   Drummer
 
  My Old Guitar   R&B   120   6/4   4:20   Current   BeatMaster

My Old Guitar

120 BPM | R&B 6/4 | Current | 4:20 minutes
 
  Truly sorry   R&B   118   4/4   3:13   90's   BeatMaster

Truly sorry

118 BPM | R&B 4/4 | 90's | 3:13 minutes
 
  You Can't Touch It   R&B   114   4/4   4:04   Current   BeatMaster

Buy all three tracks for $19.90 (you save $9.95)

Songwriters who bought this Drum Track also bought:

 

Hard Worker Man

Style: R&B | 112 BPM | 6/8
Decade: Current

 

Slowly

Style: Ballad | 87 BPM | 6/8
Decade: Current

 

Play It Again

Style: Rock | 126 BPM | 4/4
Decade: Current

Date added : 05/04/2015

This track features a raw, down-tempo bluesy groove in 6/4. A patient snare/toms/crash run starts things off, and then the song drops into a kick/snare/ride groove before a fill on the toms transitions into the second part. Here the ride is replaced by the hats, and it's amazing to hear how much of a dynamic change can be affected by such a seemingly small difference. The ride really fills up the track, and builds tension, while the hats are more subtle and stark, the two parts work together to create a sense of intensity and edginess. The track pushes and pulls between these two parts with variations coming in the form of short rests, slight rhythmic changes, and the addition of the crash and splash cymbals during build-ups. At the midpoint of the song, it breaks down to just the hats for a bar or two, with fills coming from the toms and snare, and then the whole thing comes to an end with a big toms/kick/snare roll finish.

Was this review helpful to you?

Customer Reviews

This track hasn't been reviewed yet.
If you have purchase this track click here to review this track.

Songs with this drum track:

No songs have been uploaded yet. Have you purchased this track and recorded a song with it? Upload it now

Keywords