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post Jul 16 2013, 11:54 AM
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Applied Music Theory

When learning how to play guitar, we know that it is essential to learn at least enough music theory to get around our instrument and achieve our musical goals. But we often tend to learn theory on paper, and then learn to play on the guitar, keeping a separation between theory and performance.

In this series of articles, we look at how to build your practice routine around mixing theory and performance in a way that they both compliment each other rather than remain separate in the practice room.

Here are all the lessons regarding practicing applied music theory on guitar.

Practicing Music Theory Lessons

1. Working With a Metronome
2. Well Rounded Guitar Practice Routine
3. Keeping a Practice Journal
4. Very Slow Practicing
5. Learning Guitar By Ear
6. Singing in the Practice Room
7. Practicing Arpeggios and Scales Together
8. Learning Guitar With Improvisation

Do you have any questions or comments about these lessons? Share your thoughts in the thread below.

This post has been edited by The Professor: Jul 23 2013, 03:41 PM

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