Guitar Music Theory For Beginners — Guitar Theory Revolution

Guitar Music Theory For Beginners — Guitar Theory RevolutionClick Image To Visit SiteI’m a London based guitar teacher and I want to tell you a story about why you’ve always struggled to understand and apply music theory.

It’s about the reasons that guitar players just like you have been left confused and demotivated by every single method out there.

But understanding music theory can become incredibly easy if you are shown how to unlock the secrets of the fretboard.

My specialty is in helping people who have always struggled to learn, understand and use music theory and specifically people that may mistakenly think that they are too old to learn.

The trick is to overthrow the piano paradigm that is holding you back and embrace the attributes of the guitar that make it the best instrument for learning theory. Contrary to what you’ve been led to believe!

But before I get into all of that I’m going to explain to you just where you’ll be after learning with the Guitar Theory Revolution method.

In short, after just a short time reading the information and doing the exercises in Guitar Theory Revolution you’ll have made more progress than in all your years of aimless noodling and trying to piece together information from the internet, magazines DVDs and online videos.

Just take a moment to think about what you’ve achieved with all the ‘free’ resources out there? Has it helped you improve or are you more confused than ever? I say ‘free’ because it has in fact cost you time and effort as well as sapped your motivation to learn.

I tried and failed to learn music theory several times when I first started playing guitar. I just couldn’t get my head around it. Which is strange since I’m able to understand maths, physics, philosophy you name it… hey, just want to let you know that I’m not stupid.

The way some ‘teachers’ act it seems as if it’s the students fault if they can’t understand the material. Well it can be if the student lacks motivation. But I happen to know that most guitar players would love to master music theory.

I look at it in this way. If the students aren’t able to understand and learn then the teacher needs to switch things up and try a different approach until the students do.

It’s the teacher’s responsibility that the student learns. Unfortunately most people teaching music theory for the guitar are still stuck in old paradigms, often based around the piano, ideas that haven’t changed in decades.

Is it so crazy to try something different? I simply can’t believe that guitar players are inherently more stupid or lazy than other musicians.

It turns out I was right, there is a better way of doing things. Over the years I discovered a bunch of ‘secrets’ that totally blew my mind and changed the way I look at the guitar.

Anyway, I don’t want to ramble on, I just wanted… Read more…

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