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i dont really know the difference between guitar and regular music theory so would the book route be better or online? Musictheory.net was confusing because i had no clue what any of that stuff was.
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Quote by Cloudkicker
i dont really know the difference between guitar and regular music theory so would the book route be better or online? Musictheory.net was confusing because i had no clue what any of that stuff was.

There is no difference - music is music, melody is melody, harmony is harmony, intervals are intervals and theory is theory.
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Quote by Cloudkicker
i dont really know the difference between guitar and regular music theory so would the book route be better or online? Musictheory.net was confusing because i had no clue what any of that stuff was.



Are you looking for free only? If so, then I am afraid, I dont have anything better than Mike Dodge or Music-theory.net I could recommend.

If not and you could afford private lessons, we teach it (theory from the absolute basics, and all the way through to advanced ideas, applied to the guitar) online, and I have any many students from UG, none of them even have to post for help in this forum any more!

If you'd like a Course Catalog of what all we teach, feel free to drop me a PM, with your email, and I'll do my best to help.

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