A Minor: Tonic, Subdominant & Dominant

In this lesson you will be taking a look at the Tonic, Subdominant & Dominant chords relative to A Minor. Changing between these chords can be a little complicated, but we simply recommend for you to play the progression in order until you know it by heart. To spice things up a bit, you can start off by playing the progression of I – IV – V of the relative major (C Major) and then switch over to playing the A minor progression of I – IV – V. Just by doing this you give a great ring to your Cuatro.

A Minor Progression I – IV – V

A Minor
Am
D Minor
Dm
E7

E7

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