The Major Scale and its Chord Family for the Guitar
Published on 29 February 2016
A video guitar lesson about the major scale, and the family of chords that come from it, i.e. the diatonic system of harmony. For more information about my teaching, and my long career in music, here's my website: http://www.pfmusic.co .
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