If you are...playing in a major scale...for the guitar...a major scale of any key....there is a relevant...minor the major scale that you are playing in....I..need it mapped that I can print it....please....

3 Answers

May 20, 2016

Find the relative minor by going down an interval of a minor 3rd from the major key. e.g. C major > a minor.

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May 28, 2016

The 'Image' of the 'Circle of fifth's & forth's, shows the 'Relative Minor' of each Key, as an 'Inner Circle. I suggest Printing that Image. Studying the 'Circle, also reveals 'other things like.. Tri-tones, which #'s or/ flats, belong in each key, and the Dominant and Sub-Dominant. Explanations and Lessons are available on Youtube and Google.

Oct 23, 2016

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