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JazzMaverick  
5 Sep 2009 19:52 | Quote
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So I've decided to make a new topic listing off a bunch of websites containing programs, lessons, videos and notation which might or might not help you depending on your interests...

If you're interested in reading music, aside from my lessons, I reccommend you check out either:

Music Theory (for every form of greatness)

OR

Jayde Musica To just learn how to read notation, the fastest way I've discovered.

For Singing I reccommend Sing Snap

For a very big list of sheet music from soundtracks visit:
Sheet Music

For Jazz lessons by Jamey Abersold (free downloads) visit:
Abersold Lessons

For online guitar videos holding every genre visit:

Guitar Master Class

For Blues stuff you might want to check out: Stevie Snacks Which most great blues artists reccommend we all check out. I agree with them.

So if you happen to have some helpful sites, post them! It'd be helpful for everyone to have some sort of online "favourites" list for everything relating to music.

Plus... it's just an easier way for us to all improve. :)
Damien  
5 Sep 2009 20:06 | Quote
Joined: 23 Aug 2009
United Kingdom
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Thank You
I Needed Some Sites For Notation And Theory, And Here Is Some Good Ones, It's Alot Easier For Me Now, Thanks A Bunch!
Phip  
5 Sep 2009 22:21 | Quote
Joined: 23 Dec 2007
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@ Jazzy,
ahhh the music notation sites, that's what i need (badly) so Thank You I'll be visiting those alot!
Phip
P.S. I wonder what it is that makes most of us avoid that aspect of music knowledge? hmmmm
cover me, I'm going in............
RA  
5 Sep 2009 23:41 | Quote
Joined: 24 Sep 2008
United States
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i Love http://www.musictheory.net/ is a great site with awesome training tools. good one jazz.

I'm also going to add

http://www.justinguitar.com/

i don't used it any more(mostly just started beginners stuff) but i love the ways in which he lays(ed) things out. I think the hardest thing in learning is finding a person who can explain things the right way and in a unconfusing way to you personalty(sorry dyslexic kid rant means a lot to me, how one teaches that is)


Phip is just a pain in that ass and where all a bunch of lazy farts in the end. I wish I could just hold a book to my temple and all it's knowledge would be absorbed. that would be the life. Damn it i need mind powers.
PT_Cruiser42  
6 Sep 2009 03:06 | Quote
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Thanks a bunch jazz. That jazz handbook one really helps!

Some sites for some good lessons:

www.guitarjamz.com by jazz/funk guitarist Marty Schwartz
www.nextlevelguitar.com by many guitarists across California
telecrater  
6 Sep 2009 06:44 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
United States
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RA says:
where all a bunch of lazy farts in the end. I wish.


Amen Brother, if were not lazy farts we would be playing the guitar not chattin' bout it..

AlexB  
6 Sep 2009 10:41 | Quote
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Really Nice Places!! I will spend most of this day on them!
JazzMaverick  
6 Sep 2009 16:24 | Quote
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Yeah I used to go on justinguitar too, that's a pretty cool site.

Also, glad these sites are helping everyone. Does anyone have any sites they'd be willing to reccommend? I'm interested in seeing how other minds work while learning. :)
guitarmastergod  
8 Sep 2009 15:19 | Quote
Joined: 09 Sep 2008
Canada
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i have a good site... its called all-guitar-chords.com. probably the best site for anything music. you all got owned lol.
carlsnow  
8 Sep 2009 15:37 | Quote
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I haven't found one yet (I'll look at the suggestions) i tell all my students (beginners to pro's) to 'watch out for Internet guitar teaching pages (ya know , like a WWW version of Mel Bay lol)'
but perhaps i'm being to protective... I'll check these and see(so thanks y'all)

while i caution against online courses and 1 man 'theory pages'
I tell them to avoid, at all "costs" , online Tab pages (yikes)
but , lol, y'all would to if ya had to correct them every freaking day.
(good gawd!)
JazzMaverick  
8 Sep 2009 19:28 | Quote
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I know what you mean, I tell a lot of people 97% of all tab sites are wrong. (and i'm being generous!)
Heather  
9 Sep 2009 05:39 | Quote
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Thanks Jazz, this was very helpful. I will check these out for sure! :]
RA  
9 Sep 2009 09:31 | Quote
Joined: 24 Sep 2008
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yeah most sites are horribly, but that's the internet for you the best diamond in the world cover in 10,000 miles of crud.
Mici  
23 Sep 2009 11:16 | Quote
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Thanks a bunch, mate!


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