#1
Does anybody have a suggestion for a good music theory book? One that isnt for complete beginners, but one that has it all in there if I need it for reference.
Whats this one like? : http://www.amazon.com/Practical-Theory-Complete-Self-Instruction-Course/dp/0882842250
#2
most the stuff in that book can be found on UG..

the only thing the table of contents has that i havent seen on UG yet it understanding music notation
(which is about as basic as it gets)
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#3
Josh Urban needs to write a book I understand him more than any of the books I've looked at
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#4
but one that has it all in there if I need it for reference.


No such thing. Music theory is a vast subject, and conventions differ between genres. What, exactly, are you looking for?
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#5
WHY DON'T YOU TRY THE SEARCH BAR?

Ok heres my millionth time I'm answering this question -
First go for "Idiots guide for Music theory" By Michael Miller >>> http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Idiots-Guide-Music-Theory/dp/0028643771/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1226974409&sr=1-2

Then for more advanced stuff try Mark Levine's "Jazz theory Book" >>> http://www.amazon.com/Jazz-Theory-Book-Mark-Levine/dp/1883217040/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1226974488&sr=1-1