How Intervals, NOT Scales, Are The Keys To Making A Great Guitar Solo
The Reasons Why My Book Makes Learning This Stuff Easy, And Not Complicated
And How You Can Start Using These Timeless Musical Principles TODAY, Not Months From Now
Why Are So Many Guitar Players Using Music Theory?
It's because crossing your fingers and plucking at random strings is a bad strategy for making music.
To Understand What Other Players Are Doing
With Music Theory, Your Ear, And Some Sheet Music, You Can Unlock The Secrets To Anything You Want To Emulate
Create Better Riffs And Guitar Solos
You Can 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
Spending $17 To Learn A Few Ways To Make A Better Solo Or Melody Instead Of Going In Debt For A Mesa Boogie Amplifier Is A No Brainer
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
Using Theory Demystified
These Riffs Were Created In Minutes...
This is an arrangement of the song "Clocks" by Coldplay. With my knowledge of guitar chords and scales that I reveal in my product, I was able to replicate a piano riff while using the guitar to make a beautiful transcription of this riff.
See any powerchords here? Nope! And lots of music goes further than barre chords and pentatonic scales. If you hate pop music, fine no problem. But if you want new ways to write riffs on the guitar, my product has the info that'll tell you how to create something unique.
Like the movie "Requiem For A Dream" and the soundtrack by Clint Mansell? So did I, and I wanted to be able to play the famous Lux Aeterna theme on the guitar. So I did.
However you can learn new ways to use typical chord shapes. Notice the slash chords and how well these 7th shapes go together? This is a brand new area of harmony that NO OTHER BOOK will show you how to use.
You may not like classical music, but if you love anything that's not exclusively played on the guitar or in tab.....you can figure out how to play it. And that's what I did with Tchaikovsky's famous theme from Swan Lake. It uses chromatic chords, and basslines that'll be way too difficult to learn by ear.
And this is my arrangement of the famous theme from Lawrence Of Arabia. It takes more than an exotic scale pattern to create something like this, and the secret lies in how much you know about musical harmony. I'll show you everything you need to know about chords and putting them together to make music in my product.
With Music Theory Demystified You Can Create ANYTHING You Want And Play Anything You Want
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.
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Absolutely NOT! Everything is in Guitar Tab, and I designed this so you wouldn't have to worry about that at all. Reading music is good if you want to go through sheet music and play stuff from there, but for most guitar players that won't be necessary.
Does Theory Really Make You A Better Guitar Player?
Absolutely. 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 See Results?
All my products are designed to help you improve your playing QUICKLY and DRAMATICALLY. You can go out and use the things you learn the very same day……and you’ll see the results right away.
What If I Don't Like It?
Send me an email at email@example.com and ask for a refund within 7 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.
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