I thought I would post this track as it was eventually completed as it is pertinent to the discussion I am glad we are having. It has a decent back story but long story short it was put together following the death of my father in law and the falling out with my own father. It is supposed to reflect "lose". I shall talk more following it. The thing for me here is - to say 3 chord songs are required for Jams doesn't really tie it down. ie. Are 2 chord songs suitable, are 1 chord songs suitable. I probably would have said it was more suitable for a challenge because it did require some thought, but out of two people, 1 thought it went nowhere and one thought it was okay. How do you reach the balance so that more people will want to participate. For me, I have always have trouble telling the difference between a Jam and a Challenge. I put the track on, noodle around for 30 seconds and I have the key. From then on it really doesn't matter if there is 1 change or 100 (as long as there is no key changes), your just playing in A or your playing in E or your playing in C. So if 3 chord songs (or less) do not define a Jam, what does ?