#2
If you mean the minor triad built off the second degree of C major, which is what I think you mean, it's D minor.
#3
Quote by newaccount
whats the second minor for playing in C? The Am equivelant while playing in G

Edit:yeah, it's just Dm.
#4
just think about it. if you are in g, the second note is a whole step up. G to A.

if you are in C, just go up a whole step. C to D
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#5
C major chord progression has 4 minors. Dm, Em, Am and Bm. So the "second minor" you come across while playing in the key Of C, is Em. But I think you meant what is the second degree of the C major scale (which is a minor). Therefore Dm.
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