#1
Ok so I've been playing guitar seriously for about 2 years now. I've recently been looking up more on theory but there seems to be so much. I don't think I can handle it all. What should I do?
#2
One word: Professional Lessons.
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#3
Its not as hard as you perceive it to be just digest it in small bits. If you get frustrated just leave it for a while, but keep coming back to it and trying again I guarantee it will click eventually
#4
Take it slow. You don't have to learn everything in one night, just learn bits and pieces. Start off by making weekly goals (what you want to accomplish that week, but make it reasonable).
#5
Take a deep breath, learn the notes of the fretboard. Once you have those comfortably, learn about intervals and constructing the major and minor scale. Once you reach that point you should be able to direct yourself a little bitter.
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