A Major Minor Pedal Point

Major Minor Pedal Point in A.

This is a continuation of free lesson blogs posted in past weeks, which you can check here:

Pedal Point in Am.
Practice Triads in All 12 keys
Pedal Point in A

You need to have a certain level of mastery of all the above, for the following lesson to make sense.

I’m beyond super excited about what we’ll be covering today.
We’ll be combining chords of the A major and A minor scales over the A pedal.

The chords in A major are: A Bm C#m D E F#m G#dim
The chords in A minor are: Am Bdim C Dm Em F G

The above links will help you get started with all of this.

When you have those basics down, check out following fun pedal point progressions:

  1. A/A D/A E/A Dm/A Em/A Am/A

  2. Am/A E/A Dm/A Bm/A Bdim/A

  3. A/A Am/A F/A G/A G#dim/A

  4. A/A G/A F/A D/A C/A E/A F/A G/A

  5. A/A E/A G/A D/A F/A C/A G/A D/A Dm/A Am/A A/A

  6. A/A F#m/A F/A G#dim/A G/A C#m/A C/A

Check the really cool soundscapes out in the following video

Hit me up anytime at vreny@zotzinmusic.com if you would like me to send you backing tracks of the above chord progression, if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson.
You’re on your way to becoming a great guitar player.
Have fun! 🙂


Hit me up anytime at vreny@zotzinmusic.com if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson.

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