#1
I've been playing electric guitar a few months now. I previously played piano but I never learned theory and I don't want to make the same mistake with guitar.
I am having lessons but mainly I just learn songs I like. I was wondering if there are any good books, or websites for learning the theory side. I live in UK so preferably something that delivers to UK if it is a book. PDFs are good too I can print. I know the basic stuff, a few chords and some techniques but I'm hoping to make a band eventually so theory will help.
95% Guitar player. 5% Piano player
Playing guitar 1 year
Grade 3/8 - Aiming for grade 6 by next August
Metal, Prog, Jazz, and Math Rock.

Guitars:
Ibanez SZ320 - Drop C -Black,
Jackson Misha HT7 - Standard - also Black,

Amp:
Ironheart IRT Studio 15w Head (I like black),
Ironheart 2x12 Cab (once you go black).
#2
don't laugh but i actually liked the complete idiot's guide to music theory. it's not guitar-specific but if you already play piano that shouldn't be a problem.
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#3
Dave_Mc
Sounds good
95% Guitar player. 5% Piano player
Playing guitar 1 year
Grade 3/8 - Aiming for grade 6 by next August
Metal, Prog, Jazz, and Math Rock.

Guitars:
Ibanez SZ320 - Drop C -Black,
Jackson Misha HT7 - Standard - also Black,

Amp:
Ironheart IRT Studio 15w Head (I like black),
Ironheart 2x12 Cab (once you go black).
#4
I'm a beginner too and im currently reading 'Harmony and Theory: A Comprehensive Source for All Musicians' by Keith Wyatt, it's not just about theory... it teaches to read music too. I think it's pretty good, I like it specially for the excercises. I think its important to put in practice what you read to really learn.