I tried to record it and the recorder is not good for this. I think I will have to wake up my old four track and do it with that . I can lay down the back up first and then I can try to play along, I am going to start at 160 beats to make it easy on an old man . The audacity on the hard drive and the guitar raw is not going to get it, the back up comes through to loud and drowns out what I am doing . I can do it at 170 and 180 but the first one will be at 160 . I want it to be as perfect as I can get it . timing issues I do have and am working that out . So after a rest and a trip I will get the four track out and get some new tapes if I can find them .
I now have it down to memory and can do it at 160 well and 180 not so well but I can do it . as soon as I get a good clean recording with the four track I will post it .still have not set it up yet but will later on, it may not work it has been 20 years since I used it LOL Caps all dried out and the resistors falling apart who knows what would happen in 20 years transistors turned back to sand ???? Ole Bill Shockley started it all !