Introduce a New Chord: A minor

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From JamPlay.com
From JamPlay.com

While we haven’t learned A major yet, one of my favourite chords is Am, which you can see above.  Going well with G, F, and Cmajor, Am is an excellent compliment to so many of my favourite guitar songs.

A few of them:

I recorded an Audioboo of some easy A minor strumming to hopefully provide a backing track for the beginners out there. (I accent it a bit once the recording gets going by adding my pinky finger to the high E string, in the third fret.)

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3 thoughts on “Introduce a New Chord: A minor

    […] Here are my first attempts at playing the D major and E minor chords. Pretty bad. I’ll continue to practice slowly alternating between the two chords and then I’ll attempt to record an Asynchronous Jam with the Class Recording: Strumming D major and E minor. Then, I’ll learn A minor. […]

    […] Here are my first attempts at playing the D major and E minor chords. Pretty bad. I’ll continue to practice slowly alternating between the two chords and then I’ll attempt to record an Asynchronous Jam with the Class Recording: Strumming D major and E minor. Then, I’ll learn A minor. […]

    […] Here are my first attempts at playing the D major and E minor chords. Pretty bad. I’ll continue to practice slowly alternating between the two chords and then I’ll attempt to record an Asynchronous Jam with the Class Recording: Strumming D major and E minor. Then, I’ll learn A minor. […]

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