#1
Sorry in advance if this is the wrong forum, but I see most music theory question are in here.


Well anyways three questions here

1) What is a good book that you would prefer to buy that will explain the music theory?

2) If I get a music theory book is it best if it meant for guitarists?

3) Please answer this one if any:

What is it called if a chord you play matches a solo/lead part (I think its harmonization but I dunno), and is that part of music theory?
#2
2) doesn't matter, it would probably be more useful if it was aimed at guitarists but music theory is everything so it doesn't matter too much

3) not sure what the official term is, I guess harmonization works, but yes, that's a part of theory
#3
hey dude, um i doing my certificate 3 in music at the moment and we have a book thats called "master your theory" and its published by emi so im pretty sure its a world wide book but it might only be Australian but if you look for it its just a big yellow book and its perfect for people who cant read music
hope that helped