#3
Don't bother.
Just type "Music theory" In google.
It should help you towards scales and what not.
#4
lol that looks like something u woudlnt wanan waste ur money on. in my opinion. i think PRATICE is the key thing. but idk. thats just me. u can go ahead n try it if u want, but if i were u i woudlnt. but all on u. (:
#6
ive always wondered if those things work, and the perfect pitch ones u see in guitar mags. Tell us if they work when u get them
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#7
Quote by The Website
Dear fellow guitar fanatic,

Before we go any further, let me say that what I'm about to offer you is NOT right for everyone. And because I don't want to waste your time, could you please ask yourself three quick questions...

* Can I improvise solos with the level of fluidity, skill and musicality that I truly want?
* Can I see all the scales that I want to know over the entire fretboard...without having to think?
* Do I currently use an organised, effective and proven system for learning scales?

If you answered "Yes" to all three questions...then you DON'T need to read any further.



well i answered yes to all three questions so I dont even know what you guys are talking about
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#8
Quote by Ultimate_Gio92
well i answered yes to all three questions so I dont even know what you guys are talking about