This podcast features free audio guitar lessons taught by Desi Serna, author of Fretboard Theory and Guitar Theory For Dummies. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar songs. Hear how to best get your playing skills in order. Begin to improvise and compose. Understand why your favorite songs sound so good. ➝ What do you specifically need to do in order to play guitar better? Visit the GuitarMusicTheory.com website to get FREE custom video instruction calibrated to your current level. Discover how to progressively play and sound better—today, in as little as 33 minutes!
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In episode 141 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, I answer questions about chord recognition, chord fills, Halfway Gone by Lifehouse, online versus in-person lessons, purchasing a looper pedal, sharps and the circle of fifths, playing faster on an I... more
"The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" by Gordon Lightfoot uses sus2 chords, alternate bass notes, Mixolydian mode, plus half-step and whole-step bends. I discuss all the details in episode 140 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast. more
"No More Mr. Nice Guy" by Alice Cooper uses modal mixture, chromatic voice leading, and pentatonic scales. Listen to this podcast episode for a complete music theory breakdown. more
I purchased Desi’s audio/video class on music theory and just in case you don’t want to read the review … it’s worth the money. I’m a bluegrass musician and I was afraid that the class would not be applicable to me because bluegrass rarely ventures above the 12th fret (as Norman Blake said: “there’s not much money above the 5th fret”) and this music is primarily a bunch of cowboy chords using as many open stings as possible . However, I’ve learned a ton of techniques (like harmonized scales) tha... more
Desi ‘s love of music & the guitar is clearly evident in his careful & considerate answers to the listeners questions. He shares his thorough knowledge on a level that any novice may clearly understand. Realistic expectations and alternate methods for varying players abilities are frequently shared. Desi is the best.
I came across Desi on Youtube and his messaging and teaching style immediate resonated with me. I was struggling with my approach and didn’t feel I was making the progress I wanted. Desi pointed me in the right direction and giving me the constructive feedback I needed - “learn songs!”. It was what I needed. more
I discovered Desi on YouTube and loved the way he broke down songs and explained the theory behind it. I’m fairly new to guitar and would consider myself intermediate. I’m at the stage where I don’t want to just learn a song by parroting. So many on YouTube dumb it down too much. more
years of experience are showing. this is a podcast for chilling out while doing chores etc. awesome insights and easy to follow instructions wit a lot of examples.
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Guitar Music Theory launched 16 years ago and published 142 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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