It has been known that Cu- or Ag-addition Al-1.0mass%Mg2Si (balanced) alloys shows higher hardness and elongation than Cu-free or Ag-free balance alloy. In this study, the alloys with Cu or Ag addition and the alloys with Si / Mg in excess have been investigated by hardness and tensile tests and HRTEM observation. Cu addition is effective for higher hardness, and Ag-addition is useful for improvement of elongation for peak-aged samples. Precipitates in peak aged these alloys have been confirmed by HRTEM. Cu-addition alloy almost includes Q'-phase, and Ag-addition alloy includes β'-phase. The precipitation sequence of Ag- or Cu addition Al-Mg-Si alloy was investigated using HRTEM, SAED, and EDS. The precipitates obtained in the two alloys were classified into several kinds by HRTEM images and SAED patterns. The relative frequencies of precipitates were also investigated and compared with that in the alloy.