This podcast features free audio guitar lessons that teach practical concepts of music theory to modern guitar players. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar music. This material is suitable for intermediate level players on up and can be followed on either an acoustic or electric guitar. It is recommended that you begin with the first episode uploaded on June 6, 2007 (What Is Guitar Theory?), and then follow the lessons in order from there. Taught by Desi Serna author of the books Fretboard Theory, Fretboard Theory Volume II, Guitar Theory For Dummies, and Guitar Rhythm and Technique For Dummies, plus several video programs. Visit the Guitar-Music-Theory.com website to sign up for free book and DVD previews. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com

This podcast features free audio guitar lessons that teach practical concepts of music theory to modern guitar players. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar music. This material is suitable for intermediate level players on up and can be followed on either an acoustic or electric guitar. ... Show more

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