I Will Teach You How To Turn Scales & Chords Into Music, Just Like How Your Favorite Players Do, In My Course: Music Theory Demystified
In this video, you will learn:
"Why Does Anyone Need To Learn Guitar Music Theory???"
Music theory isn’t a set of unbreakable rules, and it will not stifle your creativity at all. The opposite is actually true.
Most players use trial and error to see what works musically, and that approach is very inefficient. No great musician has crossed their fingers and hoped they will choose the right set of notes to make a great riff or solo.
They actually learn theory for these reasons……
We Learn Theory To Understand What Other Players Are Doing
With Music Theory, Your Ear, And Some Tabs or Sheet Music, You Can Unlock The Secrets To Anything You Want To Emulate
Create Better Riffs, Progressions, & Solos
You’ll Be Able To Stop Relying On Power Chords And Pentatonic Scales And Make Richer, More Exciting Melodies & Riffs
It's Cheaper Than Buying A New Guitar Or Amp
Learning A Few New Ways To Make A Better Solo Or Melody, Instead Of Going In Debt For A Mesa Boogie Amplifier, Is A No Brainer
To Become A Better Band Member
Understand What Your Bass Player, Drummer, Pianist, Vocalist, Or Whoever Is Doing So You Can Fit Your Guitar Parts In
Music Theory Demystified Has Loads of Exclusive Information No Other Site Has Been Able To Cover Or Explain
There’s Plenty Of Information About Chords & Scales, But You’ll Also Learn How To Create Chord Progressions, Melodies, Rhythms, And Much More That Other Theory Books Leave Out.
I’ve Done All The Work And Studied All The Complex Theory Books. Would You Like To Have The Condensed Version?
Intervals, Diatonic Harmony, Modes, Exotic Scales, Suspensions, Appogiaturas, Hemiola, and Many Other Aspects Of Making Music Only Made Since To People Who Studied With A Professor.
But We Wanted To Learn From Slash, David Gilmour, Jimi Hendrix, Or Just Guitar Players.
How Can We Use All That On Guitar???
The More You Know About Music Theory, The More You Can Learn About Any Guitarist’s Style
I’m A Guitarist, And I Made This Product For Other Guitar Players. Not Music Scholars Or Professors.
I Take A Single E Note, And Then Show You How I Make Intervals, Scales, Chords, Progressions, Rhythms, And Melodies.
And It’s Easy To Understand And Apply To Your Own Guitar Playing After You’ve Got It Down.
With Music Theory Demystified, You Can Create Anything You Want, And Play Anything You Want With The Right Amount Of Practice
No I’m not exaggerating at all.
Whether you’re having trouble playing Joe Satriani leads, Chet Atkins solo guitar, or attempting a new style of guitar…..theory helps reduce much of the workload.
And this is one of the best investments you can ever make in your hobby or pro career as a guitar player. You’ll have a masterly understanding of the fretboard, and you won’t have to rely on your expensive guitar to make most of your sound.
I’ve spent years perfecting this method of teaching theory and you’re going to start learning this stuff in 30 minutes, guaranteed.
After this, all you’ll need is your ear or a tab book to start learning directly from your favorite music artists.
Thanks a lot for reading and I hope to see you on the other side.
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
Do I Have To Learn How To Read Music?
Does Music Theory Really Make You A Better Guitarist?
Once you see all the musical nuances and patterns in the music you’re playing, you can learn how to put notes together like your favorite player. This gives you the ability to think and sound like whoever you want. However, you still have to practice scales and licks in order to gain technical proficiency on guitar of course. Theory is not a substitute for technique, but an amplification of your chops.
How Long Will It Take For Me To Get Results?
What If I Don't Like The Course?
Send me an email at email@example.com and ask for a refund within 30 days. It is an eBook so that’s why there’s such short refund period.
However theory is not for everyone and I understand that. It’s a higher level understanding of music that requires thinking and discipline to utilize.
But once you learn it, it really is like having musical superpowers.