In this video, I cover the 3 biggest music theory mistakes. I’ve learned my lesson with these mistakes, I want to help you learn to avoid them.

  1. You don’t have to know standard notation
  2. Not applying what you’ve learned in music theory
  3. Feeling like you have to learn EVERYTHING on music theory

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The 3 Biggest Music Theory Mistakes was featured in Acoustic Tuesday Episode #62 along with many more guitar geek discoveries. Click here to watch the full episode.

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  • that helped clairifing on the fret board . ive started playing 2014 due to foot surgery an I put together a telecaster . speed is a factor an switching chords ..

  • Yeah, speed is important but it is not “all that you need” you must also possess fluency, accurate control, timing, scale memorization, and knowledge of what makes it all work together, otherwise educate yourself and practice, practice, and more practice.

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