A Minor in it’s 2nd and 3rd Positions make use of the figures of E Minor as well as a figure we have not reviewed being that of G Minor. The G Minor position is very open to variations and although it tends to be rather common we will only refer to it in some instances. All figures of any chord can be made use of to find the chords relating to other notes along the Cuatro’s fretboard. This is something which can be seen and therefore essentially we will need to make use of existing chord figures to find different chords along the Cuatro. Just keep in mind that the figures referred to in the lessons are not the only figures which exist….there are theoretically hundreds of positions…hence the selection of a few on which to base the focus.
The 3rd position of A Minor will make use of the E Minor figure which can be seen below.
Within the video we will review not only the A Minor in it’s different positions but also the corresponding Subdominant and Dominant or simply the progression of I – IV – V.