#1
I've been playing for a bit over 2 years, and I made the mistake of not learning my theory well enough or fast enough. I've been trying to learn theory as well as study more scales and stuff, as I plan to try and make my own music.

I'm in sort of a rut here, guys.

I don't know where to start off! I have a teacher, and it helps, but I don't know how to organize this. I don't know where to start, or how to start. Keep in mind that I've already nailed a few things when it comes to scales and theory, but I want more knowledge.

What do I do?
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#3
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Start with chords and major and minor scales.


But explain to me what I actually DO
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#4
Start simple; depending on where you are right now. Maybe start from just learning the names and sounds of all the intervals. Try to have a rough idea of all the notes of the fretboard and draw yourself a HUGE piano keyboard and stick on a wall in your room. After intervals, learn your simple major and minor scales after which you should start learning your basic triad harmony building a chord on each note of the scale. All the time using your ears learning the sound of everything you learn a name for.