In sheet music there are all sorts of dots, lines, slurs and other articulations lets start by looked at what rhythmic dots mean.
The same as above but this time with musical examples sometime hearing the theory audible can really make a difference in putting all the knowledge together.
In music there are many different types of time signatures. Time signatures can change the entire feel of the song. Understanding how time signatures work and what they look like is of great benefit.
This is the big one folks. Even if you have no interest in reading and writing music this is still the video for you! This will help with everything from building chords, writing songs, soloing, reading the neck. Basically everything! Get in there and check it out!
Another hugely important video! Once you understand tones and semitones this is the next big big step! Creating major scales gives you a world of possibilities. From creating chords, creating melodies and even understanding what notes to solo with. This is the first big step for understanding all of that, good luck!
Now that we have a great foundation and understanding of theory lets look at some practical skills on playing our first scale. From this scale we will create melodies and build all our first chords.
A great way to fine tune the mechanics of your picking hand is to slowly build up speed by picking alternatively. Once you have the mechanics down you can apply this knowledge to any scale or even just a melody that you are having trouble with.
Now that you understand theory we need to be able to apply what we have learned to the guitar neck. This will become crucial to when you are playing melodies, learning chords and writing solos. Not only is this a brilliant tip for any guitarist but it is something that you can always use.
The final triad in our key signatures, the diminished chord. Often overlooked in general theory diminished chord although quite menacing in tone, diminished chords can can offer a very unique sound scape.
How do melodies work over chords? Why do certain solos sound the way they do? It’s all about intervals! This one video will help clear a lot of things up!
The other half of learning intervals. A must if you have seen the first part.