Guitar Theory Made Simple

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There’s this concept in music called I – IV – V. If that looks like Greek to you, it’s not – it’s Latin!

I-IV-V (that’s 1 – 4 – 5 in English) refers to the root note (I), or tonic, and the two notes in perfect relation to it (IV and V). Because it is a numbering system, it is universal, and applies to every single key.

Simply put – this lesson on I-IV-V will show you how the guitar fretboard is built on patterns of I-IV-V, and once you see the patterns, your guitar will come alive in a whole new way.

You will play…

- Faster than you thought you could…
- More accurately than ever before…
- And more confidently, because you’ll know WHY!

Have you ever been in an unfamiliar city, looked at a road map, and tried to figure out what was going on?

Ok, good, so you know it takes a while to get your bearings and to find your way, right?

Now – have you ever had a friend visit your home town, and showed them where to go on a map? Chances are that map just intuitively made sense to you, because it described familiar landmarks, right?

Have you ever struggled to follow the music or tab, without really knowing why the notes are where they are – why you need to play them in that order? That’s because you’re playing in unfamiliar territory…
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