The next key step to understanding music theory is knowing that along with every chord comes a scale that corresponds. This lesson on major and what’s called “natural” minor scales will take any early guitar player and turn them into a scale playing machine! By using C major and A minor scales that pair directly with the chords in the previous lesson, you’ll get a breakdown of how you can take any chord and, if you know your key signatures, create a scale around it. This ability frees you up to improvise and play over virtually any simplistic chord change.
Detailed explanation of the correlation of scales to chords
Numerous scale examples given in the keys of C major and A minor, many of which can be easily transposed
Description of the relation of major to minor keys and the notes that they share