#1
Alright. So I've been trying to get better at this, but nothing seems to really work when I'm jamming/soloing over a track. Does anyone know some good licks that transfer from the Relative Minor to the Major? I'm sick of sticking to the Minor Pen/Aeolian Mode and then having to stop before I transfer over to the major. Any help would be appreciated.

A transition from Am to C would be nice.
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#2
Am and C have the same chord function. C6 = Am7

So basically Am and C sound very similar, so maybe ending the minor part with a measure of Am and the starting the next measure with C. It will sound smooth.
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#3
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Am and C have the same chord function. C6 = Am7

So basically Am and C sound very similar, so maybe ending the minor part with a measure of Am and the starting the next measure with C. It will sound smooth.


Well don't all the relative minor of the major sound similar?
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Well don't all the relative minor of the major sound similar?


Yeah. So moving from Am to C, and then some more major chords will sound fluid.
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#5
relative major and minors use the same notes, just resolve it to the major more often and the ear begins to accept the change. the bass could play it 'major' and the guitar could go in minor and then start to resolve in major. it should sound 'not off'
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#6
study some classical scores, most minor pieces modulate to their relative major at some point
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#7
Alright. Thanks for the advice guys. But if you know of any licks that transition seemlessly from minor to major don't hesitate to post them
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