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Chord Family In The Key of A Minor

 
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Now let's try and play our song with the backing track. As always you're more than welcome to just watch and listen a few times before you start playing along yourself.

The most important thing to get from this tutorial is learning the D minor chord and practicing switching between that chord shape and two of the most common chords that are used along with it: A minor and E minor. And then we're practicing that within a song if nothing else made sense to you, that's perfectly okay. What I am hoping though, is that you're starting to notice how these chords work together as a team musically, and that this will eventually pique your interest enough to learn the theory behind it later on. Have fun with it!

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Chord Family In The Key of A Minor