How to Play a Pedal Point in A

Pedal Point in A.

This is a continuation of past free lesson posted 2 weeks ago, which you can check here: Pedal Point in Am.
Last week, I posted a blog about practicing the major and minor triads in all 12 keys, which you can revisit here: Practice All the Major Triads.

This week, I would like you to have fun playing the triads in the key of A over an A pedal (tonic pedal) and an E pedal (dominant pedal).

The chords in A major are: A Bm C#m D E F#m G#dim

Learn here Pedal Point in Am how to get started in your pedal point explorations with the above chords of the A major scale.

Following video will help too:

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