#1
just looking to improve my over all music experience, and also improve my singing and understanding of music as a whole. any suggestions are welcome thanks.
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#2
These people on youtube are good for focusing on techniques rockongoodpeople just type that in at the youtube search box. Martyz is really good if you wanna learn a particular solo or even a song. And I hear mahalo guitar is good for both theory, technique and learning a particular song. But you really, I mean Really gotta search the mahalo channel if you wanna find what you're looking for. Hope this helps.
#3
musictheory.net is the standard site. If you want to learn to sing, https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=83

Always, if you have questions, or are uncertain about something, you always get answers here.

Don't do YouTube... just don't. Do musictheory.net first.
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#4
http://teoria.com/, this is also a pretty good site

for a book (if you ever decide) I would recommend the idiots guide to music theory, good intro to music theory and I would also recommend (as it is dedicated to guitar) guitar fretboard work out by barrett tagiliarino

both found easily on amazon
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#5
www.guitarlearningtips.org is my site and you can check it out.

If you join the facebook group we can talk there and tell me what articles you would like me to write about.

My teaching philosophy is about learning theory, applying it to guitar (guitar technique) and ultimately learning to train your ear.
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musictheory.net is the standard site. If you want to learn to sing, https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=83

Always, if you have questions, or are uncertain about something, you always get answers here.

Don't do YouTube... just don't. Do musictheory.net first.



agreed. musictheory.net and ug are the best resources I've found. For guitar specifically jamplay.com is also pretty good but its not free