Songwriting Lesson – Chords in C add Relative Minor Chord

Learn a basic songwriting progression (using the key of C as example chords), and see how adding one of the relative minor chords to the main chords changes the progression. Don’t forget to visit our website at www.avcssguitarworld.com for hundreds of free video clips and handouts. Beginner and intermediate information and lessons for guitar and bass guitar players – all free (and no gimmicks). The most “free” information on the web!

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Published: 2012-02-12 15:20:57
Songwriting Lesson – Chords in C add Relative Minor Chord

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