#1
Hi,

I just wanted verification from the wise users of Ultimate-Guitar forums that when playing the Minor Pentanic scale, say, in the key of A Minor, that the chords that can be played over are the root notes of each seperate position?

To make myself clearer, the root note of the first position of the minonr pentatonic scale in the key of A minor would be A, the root note of the second position would be C and so on and so forth.

So in saying this, does it mean that any A chord any C chord and any chord of the other root notes of other positions can be played underneath the Minor Pentatonic scale in the key of A minor?

And likewise this could work for any other scale in any other key?

cheers.
#2
technically, you could play any chord belonging to the key of A minor in general under a lead played in A minor pentatonic and it would work fine
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