Famous Songs In A Major

Subject: What do these songs have in common? (Plus a new backing track for you)

Eric Clapton’s, Cocaine

Led Zeppelin’s, Rock And Roll

Pink Floyd’s, Time

The Beatles’, Get Back

And Ozzy Osborne’s, Crazy Train

What do every single one of these classics have in common?

Did you take your guess?

The answer? They’re all in the key of A Major.

Who knew so many hits are in “A Major”?
I’m not talking about the song, but that’s what you’re playing.
You might be frustrated with your guitar skills and this is a list of songs that will make you feel better about yourself and your progress on the instrument.

The good news is, you don’t have to be Led Zeppelin, Ozzy Osborne, or even Eric Clapton to make your own jam in A Major.

All you have to do is throw on our newest backing track, turn your amp to 11, and rock out. ;)

So when you’re ready to create your own Rock and Roll… your own Crazy Train… your own Get Back

Head on over to the newest backing track in A Major on the Breakthrough Guitar youtube channel. Here’s the link:

Rock Guitar Backing Track in A Major (click here for the video)

Oh yeah, and one last thing:

If you have a youtube account, and subscribe to the Breakthrough Guitar channel, you’ll get access to all my future tracks so you can improve your playing while not getting bored of the same ol’ backing tracks . 

You’ll also get notifications which tell you when a new track is available, so you don’t have to constantly check in… meaning you’ll never miss one.

That’s all for today. Have fun jamming!

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