Very often I hear the question from new students like: “Is it necessary to learn the notes on the guitar fretboard?”
Music theory tips
One of the most noticeable techniques that keep people wanting for more in your songs is a key change, and it's something you'll need to learn if you want to go somewhere with music.
On the left, you have people saying you need music theory, and on the right, there's people telling you it'll make things worse. Is there a right answer? And is it really worth learning if it's as hard as it looks? What do you have to lose? Read below to find out.
Are you searching for resources to guide you into the next steps of developing your playing? Well luckily, that is exactly what you'll learn from this article.
By the end of this article readers will be able to identify newly learnt information on preferred musical instrument. Readers can then summarise information from each subsection into their own words.
Here are the top 5 lies your band, (probably), believes. The kind of things you use as excuses for your lack of success, which isn’t going to help you in the long run!
There are a few things that are going to have the biggest impact on your sound as a guitar player.
If you want to grow as a musician and be a better improviser, you have to train your ears. There's no shortcut. That's why I designed this lesson especially for guitarists.
Are you talented enough to learn how to play the guitar? How do you know that all this practice and hard work will actually help you to improve? Do you fear that there is a limit to your growth as a musician?.
Articles saying music theory is difficult and not worth learning are penned every day, but is there really any truth to them? Or are they keeping you from reaching your potential?
How to Build Chords (Triads) in a Key.
Learning music theory can be overwhelming, here are five tips that will help you in the process!
Here are 5 reasons why I think you should study music theory.