Music Theory for Guitarists Everything You Ever Wanted to

Music Theory for Guitarists Everything You Ever Wanted to

Music Theory for Guitarists Everything You Ever Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask ❴Download❵ ➵ Music Theory for Guitarists Everything You Ever Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask Author Tom Kolb – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Guitarists of all levels will find a wealth of practical music knowledge in this special book and CD package Veteran guitarist and author Tom Kolb dispels the mysteries of music theory using plain and Guitarists of for Guitarists Kindle Õ all levels will find a wealth of practical music knowledge in this special book and CD package Veteran guitarist and author Tom Kolb dispels the mysteries of music theory using plain and simple terms and diagrams The accompanying CD provides tracks of music examples scales modes chords ear Music Theory MOBI :Þ training and much.


10 thoughts on “Music Theory for Guitarists Everything You Ever Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask

  1. Fred Fred says:

    Not necessarily a book to go through from beginning to end but a good basic reference on theory for guitarists Chapters cover fretboard basic music theory scales intervals triads harmonizing major and minor scales chord construction key centers blues harmony and pentatonic scales modes and chord substitution All this in clear concise text and graphics A one page guitar notation legend is included along with a CD to accompany exercises and for ear training Nice to have all this basic material in one book for uick reference


  2. Calvin Calvin says:

    Got too advanced for what I was looking for it's of an educational workbook than something for casual players Still it was interesting and I can imagine it being very useful for someone willing to commit the time to go through and practice the drillsexercises Learned a lot of stuff that I will forget in 2 days but I can't fault the book for me not being 100% invested in becoming a musical theorist


  3. Michael Michael says:

    Good book most of it is clearly written and illustrated including short exercises and uizzes that I think are effective Towards the end it feels a little rushed and abrupt My biggest complaint can't be attributed to the book itself so much as the format Much of the content really needs to be memorized via repetition and practice; the book isn't oriented towards getting everything into long term memory Few books are or can be So plan on making flashcards or reviewing sections of the book many times rather than only reading from front to back as the author does mentionEven better if you have an iPad look into apps such as Waay Tenuto and Earpeggio which are extremely helpful for learning and memorizing theory reading staffnotes identifying intervals and much


  4. Eric Susak Eric Susak says:

    Still working on it but taking lessons to supplement the drudgery of learning music from a book


  5. Matt Gile Matt Gile says:

    I'd been playing guitar and thinking I understood music theory for years before I read this book Music Theory for Guitarists set me straight and in a way that made sense in the context of the guitar


  6. Nero Nero says:

    Good book for learning Music theory a bit boring though


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10 thoughts on “Music Theory for Guitarists Everything You Ever Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask

  1. Fred Fred says:

    Not necessarily a book to go through from beginning to end but a good basic reference on theory for guitarists Chapters cover fretboard basic music theory scales intervals triads harmonizing major and minor scales chord construction key centers blues harmony and pentatonic scales modes and chord substitution All this in clear concise text and graphics A one page guitar notation legend is included along with a CD to accompany exercises and for ear training Nice to have all this basic material in one book for uick reference

  2. Calvin Calvin says:

    Got too advanced for what I was looking for it's of an educational workbook than something for casual players Still it was interesting and I can imagine it being very useful for someone willing to commit the time to go through and practice the drillsexercises Learned a lot of stuff that I will forget in 2 days but I can't fault the book for me not being 100% invested in becoming a musical theorist

  3. Michael Michael says:

    Good book most of it is clearly written and illustrated including short exercises and uizzes that I think are effective Towards the end it feels a little rushed and abrupt My biggest complaint can't be attributed to the book itself so much as the format Much of the content really needs to be memorized via repetition and practice; the book isn't oriented towards getting everything into long term memory Few books are or can be So plan on making flashcards or reviewing sections of the book many times rather than only reading from front to back as the author does mentionEven better if you have an iPad look into apps such as Waay Tenuto and Earpeggio which are extremely helpful for learning and memorizing theory reading staffnotes identifying intervals and much

  4. Eric Susak Eric Susak says:

    Still working on it but taking lessons to supplement the drudgery of learning music from a book

  5. Matt Gile Matt Gile says:

    I'd been playing guitar and thinking I understood music theory for years before I read this book Music Theory for Guitarists set me straight and in a way that made sense in the context of the guitar

  6. Nero Nero says:

    Good book for learning Music theory a bit boring though

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