Making Sense of Relative Major & Minor
By Jon Nicol
We guitarists love the minor pentatonic. But unfortunately, if the song is in the key of A, we can't play the A Minor Pentatonic. Well, we can, actually. But it won't sound very good. So here's a music theory / guitar lesson that help you make sense of this thing called Relative Major and Minor.
Here's a free Relative Major and Minor Reference Chart to download and keep handy as you're learning these.
|Pentatonic Scale 1||Pentatonic Scale 2||Pentatonic Scale 3|
|Major Scale 1||Major Scale 2||Major Scale 3|
January 10, 2012Tweet