#1
ive been going all over this forum and im trying to learn theory at least somewhat but i need to know where do i start
#3
Quote by boobinski
ive been going all over this forum and im trying to learn theory at least somewhat but i need to know where do i start



Have you ever taken lessons?

can you read music?

I would start there. Get some experience 1st. Get a handle on the basics.
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#4
I vouch for zhilla.

Also the top 4 threads in here are you. lol. At least you're asking the questions.
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#5
Quote by Ribcage
I vouch for zhilla.

Also the top 4 threads in here are you. lol. At least you're asking the questions.


thank you and i apologize for all of the threads its hard to get an answer that is applyable you know?
#6
Quote by boobinski
thank you and i apologize for all of the threads its hard to get an answer that is applyable you know?


that's because your trying to learn everything from scratch online rather than from a qualified teacher and/or book. There is limited structure here. There are opinions and some info that you have to piece together yourself, which IMO is the worst place to start. You need to have a solid foundation 1st. Then the bits and pieces of info and opinions online will make more sense and be useful to you.
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Last edited by GuitarMunky at Sep 8, 2009,
#7
If you really want a good theory lesson, check the lesson in Sue's signature. I'll try to dig it up for you. It's long, and you should take a while looking through it (as in, you shouldn't even READ it in a day, let alone try to learn it. take it slow). I'll edit this post if I can find a post by her to copy it from...

A Great Theory Lesson

^^^There you go.
Last edited by timeconsumer09 at Sep 8, 2009,
#8
First thing to do is learn the notes on the fretboard.
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#9
First learn about intervals and chord construction
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#11
If you really searched the forum, and you bop around to MT... you might have noticed the thread at number 8... its got a lock on it but you may still be able to read it, dunno... give it a shot... just click