#1
Ok. So I was thinking about starting a band - No, not a cover band - and I was wondering: Would it be a bad choice to start a band when I have very little music theory experience? I do have almost 5 years of experience on the guitar and almost 7 on the flute (I still suck at it). I just don't want to start a band and realize it was a horrible choice.

EDIT: Before anyone says it; Yes, I know I need a new amp before I start a band. I'm saving for one now.
Last edited by The.new.guy at Aug 21, 2008,
#2
Bands are for fun. if its not fun, just quit. Its no biggy.
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#3
Well if you don't know much theory, you might want to start as a cover band, and learn theory during that stage, then start writing your own stuff. A lot of bands do this.
#4
Depends what you want to play. If it's like punk you don't need theory at all really, but if it's like technical metal then yeah it'd be pretty handy there.
#5
mrsheen just summed it up i think.

but if you've been playing for so long, you should be able to throw something reasonable together?
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