#1
well I've been playing for roughly 2 years and I'm getting pretty good now.
But when i started playing I'd just read tabs and the play them, so i have no idea of what all these scales and all that sorta shit is.
So i was wondering if anyone could give me a good website where i could learn it all i don't care how long it takes i wanna learn from the most basic to until i know it all, any help is appreciated.
cheers guys
#2
There are a few places!

There's actually a sticky above:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=503032

If you want more interaction though..

Teoria has good tutorials:
http://www.teoria.com/

So does Musictheory.net
http://www.musictheory.net/lessons

There are some nice sites for training your recognition of chords and notes on a staff, too:
http://www.musicards.net/

And as always, the invaluable interactive circle of fifths, which is usable from day one to Ph.D. It never fails to be useful:
http://randscullard.com/CircleOfFifths/

Best of luck to you! I find theory fascinating and couldn't imagine life without it. Just keep the circle of fifth's handy, you'll learn how to use it shortly at the start of things. Some people might argue my statement is a little exaggerated but I don't know how I survived without it.
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Last edited by ZeroYuy at Mar 21, 2011,
#4
Quote by mybanez
well I've been playing for roughly 2 years and I'm getting pretty good now.
But when i started playing I'd just read tabs and the play them, so i have no idea of what all these scales and all that sorta shit is.
So i was wondering if anyone could give me a good website where i could learn it all i don't care how long it takes i wanna learn from the most basic to until i know it all, any help is appreciated.
cheers guys



I'm not sure if you are limited to free websites or not, but if you are able to invest in your development, and need a more personal approach, I teach these things, and have a very successful program here and online. If you have any questions you can contact me through PM here.

In the event that you are limited to free resources, the sites listed are helpful, and I'd add Mike Dodge's website. Mike is a very intelligent respected guy here, and his website is very substantial.

Lastly if you need a mentor to sort of help you along, I offer that service and have more information about that in my sig. Whatever you choose there are plenty of options available for you, and lots of people who have been in your shoes and willing to help if they can.

Respect for even trying to learn this, it can ve very confusing at first.

Best,

Sean
Last edited by Sean0913 at Mar 21, 2011,
#5
Quote by mybanez
well I've been playing for roughly 2 years and I'm getting pretty good now.
But when i started playing I'd just read tabs and the play them, so i have no idea of what all these scales and all that sorta shit is.
So i was wondering if anyone could give me a good website where i could learn it all i don't care how long it takes i wanna learn from the most basic to until i know it all, any help is appreciated.
cheers guys


I'm not sure if there is a website that will do all that for you, but there is plenty of information online. I would suggest taking some lessons to get guidance/direction. Then the internet can serve as a supplement. I do btw, teach private lessons online. If you have skype and a web cam, I could probably help you out.
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