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Guitarists.net's resident theory expert Dux has offered this set of wonderful lessons for beginners to grasp the basics of theory. This is highly recommended.

Want to learn to play guitar with easy to use online video lessons? We have found the perfect solution!

Lesson 1: Quick Keys & Composition  4.5 out of 5
 »  There seems to have been a lot of questions in regards to Keys, and working out songs as of late. So here is a quick ... [more]

Lesson 2: Working Out Keys In Music  4.0 out of 5
 »  Some of you have expressed interest an in how to determine what Key a song is written in. To start this lesson I will first give you the 12 Keys in Music from Lesson ... [more]

Lesson 3: Scale & Patterns - A Preview To Modes  4.5 out of 5
 »  This lesson is written so that you will understand that there are only 5 Scale Patterns that can be played on the guitar, and there are only 5 Chord Forms that go with each of them, and they are internal to any given ... [more]

Lesson 4: Using Triads In Your Solos  5.0 out of 5
 »  I wrote this for someone else here at G.Net this morning and thought I would make it a lesson. Use it, don't use it. It's your choice. No skin off my ... [more]

Lesson 5: Chord Extensions  5.0 out of 5
 »  This can be useful if you are trying to add more variety to your Compositons/playing, and this lesson will help you choose some options, and what you as a soloist can use do about it when or if you encounter them in your ... [more]

Lesson 6: Tips On Generating Your Own Chords
 »  To create Chords, I like to start with a Chord Form, and then slide my fingers around to make other Voicings. For example, here is a stripped down 'E' Chord Form--shown in the 5th Position as an 'A' ... [more]



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