#1
well, i've been writing a song and I want to put music in it...
I want the song to be in Aminor Pentatonic..
so what's chords can be played in that scale and why?


sorry for my bad english...
#3
anything in the key of C major will work for the A minor pentatonic scale. C major is all the natural chords. ABCDEFG no sharps or flats. I would recommend you use scales as a soloing guidline and not a restriction.


this may help

http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php?scch=A&scchnam=Pentatonic+Minor&get2=Get
Originally Posted by fatdanny
Also, check out Autopsy, the vocalist sounds like hes about to eat your grandmother while f
Last edited by rebeltildeth87 at May 27, 2008,
#4
Just like the A minor scale, just that it doesn't contain the 2nd or the flatted 6th. Thus Am 1st, Bdim but that's the 2nd, C 3rd, Dm 4th, Em 5th, F but that's the 6th I was saying, and finally G. Caps are majors by the way and m=minor, dim=diminished, and you could use them because each of those chords contains all the notes in the A minor scale. But, the pentatonic doesn't have the 2nd or flatted 6th like I said, but you might be able to get away with that depending on how you want it all to sound.
#5
about the chord progression..can I just use any of those chords in any order?
#6
basically yes. this is where theory helps you.
Originally Posted by fatdanny
Also, check out Autopsy, the vocalist sounds like hes about to eat your grandmother while f
#8
o, no problem dude. weve all been there
Originally Posted by fatdanny
Also, check out Autopsy, the vocalist sounds like hes about to eat your grandmother while f