The tones of the Musical Alphabet can be used to create an A Minor chord. Perhaps you’ve already noticed when you’re practicing the Musical Alphabet that it sounds pretty good to the ear. That’s because these tones are actually an A Minor scale.
All chords are made from scales. Major chords are made from Major scales, and Minor chords are made from Minor scales. Today I will show you how to create and play an A Minor chord from an A Minor scale.
- Right Click on the Link
- Choose Save Target As
- Save to Desktop
- To learn how to play an A Minor Scale using the notes of
the Musical Alphabet
- To learn how to play an A Minor Chord
- Play through the A Minor Scale and Chord exercises daily. Strive for
clean tones and a smooth, even rhythm.
Scales are the backbone to learning chords, understanding keys, and playing lead guitar riffs. In the following lessons you will learn how to play Major Scales plus a variety of common chords and chord progressions in many different keys. So stay tuned because I am going to reveal the secret you need to know in order to play thousands of popular songs on guitar!
Go To The Next Lesson:
Select The Next Lesson:
~ Psalm 118:14 ~