#1
It's definately a classical song, and I found it just messing around with the natural A minor scale.
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Help please!
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#2
well it harmonizes Cmajor better than it does Aminor, other than that i cant offer you much help
i could play like eric clapton if i had his gear...anyone could
#4
Quote by GypsyFire
well it harmonizes Cmajor better than it does Aminor, other than that i cant offer you much help

Yeah they can go hand in hand. They connect to each other and share certain notes. Thanks though.
The world doesn't revolve around you. If it does, beware. You're probably about to pass out drunk.

The 19 year old who knows his stuff. Most of the time.
#6
Quote by timeconsumer09
^^^ Uhm... they share ALL of their notes.


+1
breaking hearts
&
breaking guitars
#7
Quote by Zakkcd
Yeah they can go hand in hand. They connect to each other and share certain notes. Thanks though.


1. they share the all same notes.

2. A minor and C major are completely different in compositional usage.

3. i dont know what that is from, its is a pretty basic pedal idea.