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Music Theory for Guitar


Free guitar lessons covering music theory.



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*Guest Guitar Lesson - by Mike Philippov*
Should You Learn Music Theory? - Guitarist Mike Philippov gives insight into the importance of learning music theory as a guitar player.

*Guest Guitar Lesson - by Ysrafel*
Why YOU should learn Music Theory - In this guitar lesson Ysrafel busts some common myths about music theory and teaches you how to use it to improve your musicianship in many ways.

Constructing major scales - This is the starting point for understanding all music theory.

Major key signatures - Learn how to read key signatures

Major key circle of 5ths - A visual representation of major key signatures

Basic Chord Construction - Learn the basic music theory behind chord construction and how it is applied to the guitar.

Chord Construction - 3 Note Chords
Chord Construction - Part 1 - This guitar lesson will give you a basic understanding of how all 3 note chords are constructed and how to apply that theory to the neck of the guitar. This will include major, minor, augmented, diminished, sus2 and sus4 chords.

Chord Construction - Part 2 - This lesson covers how to spell any 3 note chord.

Chord Construction - Part 3 - This lessons covers how to further apply the guitar theory learned in the previous parts to the neck of the guitar. You will learn how to alter basic chord shapes that you already know to form other types of guitar chords.

*Guest Guitar Lesson - by Adam Long*
Chord Formation Overview - Guitarist Adam Long has created an interactive list of many chords, their intervals, notes, and their respective chord families.

Major Key Harmony - Learn the music theory behind major keys. Discover the guitar chord possibilities, and learn an easy visual method for finding what chords are in any major key.

*Guest Guitar Lesson - by Darrin Koltow*
How Chord Progressions Work - Learn the basics of how guitar chords fit together into coherent chord progressions.

*Guest Guitar Lesson - by Darrin Koltow*
All About Chords
Part 1 - Learn to understand how harmony and chords work on the guitar.
Part 2 - Learn more about chords and the ii-V-I chord progression.
Part 3 - Learn more about guitar chords and arpeggios.
Part 4 - The Blues Injection.
Part 5 - CAGED - Form E
Part 6 - CAGED - Form A
Part 7 - CAGED - Form A - Arpeggios
Part 8 - CAGED - Form A - Chord Melody
Part 9 - CAGED - Form A - Blues Chord Melody
Guitar Intervals - And interval is the musical measurement of distance and sound between 2 notes. This is an essential guitar theory lesson..

*Guest Guitar Lesson Series - Darrin Koltow*
Exploring Chords - Guitarist Darrin Koltow shares some short facts about guitar chords and music theory.

Natural Minor Scale - Minor scale construction, and the relationship between major and minor. Learn how the music theory is applied to the neck of the guitar.

Pentatonic Scales - Learn the construction of both major and minor pentatonic scales. A reference of all pentatonic scale forms on the guitar and functions is included.

Guitar Modes 101 - Learn how modes are constructed, and how they are used as both a tonal center, and as scales for particular chords.

*Guest Guitar Lesson - by Ysrafel*
Modes part 1: An Introduction - Guitarist Ysrafel gives an introduction to the often mysterious music theory topic of modes.



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