#1
progression: E A B
i tried jus like e minor on the startin at the 12th fret bnut dint sound the best...any ideas?
#3
Quote by zparticus
try e-major


which for a pentatonic obsessive means C# minor
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#5
c#minor is the relative minor for e. you'll find the relative minor one and a half steps down from your root anywhere on the guitar. it's used a lot in country music but gives a good sound and feel to majors in a lot of music