I've finally come to conclussion that its time for me to learn music theory and it turn to you all for some pointers of a good book to teach me my way through the basics.

I can't read music and I'm not hugely interested in doing so, so a book using tab would be best.

I've found that I tend to learn my best when sitting down with a book, which is why I'd like a book to teach me!

Thanks in advance
The Musician's Guide to Theory and Analysis is a great book to start with. It begins with the assumption that you know nothing of theory, and takes you all the way to Serialism and Atonality
Just learn all the notes for each string. Its easier than it sounds. Also learn the major and penatonic scale paterns and learn how to play them in certian keys. You can probably find all of that via this website and you don't have to spend the money on a book.
I don't always post in the threads but when I do its random and pointless because I'm ignorant enough to think you care.