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How to Play Relative Major and Minor
#BASSNATION check out this lesson on relative major and minor scales. If you are not familiar with exactly what that is you must check out this lesson! It’s a great way to help you navigate around your fretboard, help you solo, not to mention just having the knowledge so you can understand and communicate in your sessions!
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8 thoughts on “How to Play Relative Major and Minor”
got it ty,
not sure what you call this cord 1,5,9 my guess major 9th.But they the relative minor/major blend together very well. And it easy to do. TY
I love this chord, it can be used in many ways major or minor that’s the beauty of it. You’re just excluding the 3rd degree which makes it a very “open” chord. So it works for both. Just simply a “9” chord
ty, luv the “9” chord.
Add shortcut in terms of finding the relative minor with four notes with that some sort of arpeggio that you played you said it kind of quick
Hey not sure if I I understand the question
Let me repeat that my text-to-speech made me sound very ignorant. In terms of the shortcut that you talk to find the relative minor it sounded like an arpeggio can you explain that again.
OK I see. I will answer this question inside of the live stream tonight which is in about an hour from now. If you cannot tune in tonight you can always re-watch whenever you have time.