Why is it important to learn guitar theory such as known all the notes from a,b,c,d,e,f,g and reading music?

what is that used for later?

is it used for fingerpicking?

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2 Responses to “Why is it important to learn guitar theory such as known all the notes from a,b,c,d,e,f,g and reading music?”

  1. lulu L said:

    Well, you see, I only play a bit of guitar, mainly violin, but we have to learn music theory as well. The point is to be able to understand the music more, as in, where to play louder, softer, gradually dimmer, etc. when you see Vivace or Andante or something like that. That way, you can put your own “soul” into what you’re playing.
    If you can’t read music, what’s the point in playing? You should be able to read music in order to start playing the piece.
    And for the notes C, D, E, F, G, A, and B, if someone randomly asks you, “Can you start playing this piece from the note D” or something like that, you’ll know where to start. Or when you’re practising scales. If the person says, ‘please play A minor scale” and you don’t know your notes properly, you can’t exactly know what to play.
    Yes, I know learning this stuff isn’t exactly fun, (Believe me! I’ve had experience) but it can really improve your skills. Guitar is a really cool instrument, and every musician needs to know their theory, right?

  2. Slayertplsko said:




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