Music Theory Students

Here you can get to know some of the students who have taken one or more courses here at Music Theory For Guitar. You will be able to hear some of their playing and read what they think about their experience studying music theory.
Gottfrid Norberg Waxin

Gottfrid Norberg Waxin

Course: Master of the Modes

"The Master Of The Modes course is one of the best investments I've made into my own guitar playing. It's such a fun course that explores the theory and practice of modes in a way that I haven't seen before. I have been able to progress with Tommaso's course very quickly, and a big part of that comes from how the concepts are being taught."

Josh Beetler

Josh Beetler

Course: Master of the Modes

"Before taking this course, I already had extensive knowledge of my fretboard, knew my scales, chords etc. But what amazed me is that going through the course not only helped me completely rearrange the way I visually saw the the scales and chords I already knew, but it made learning other exotic scales and odd chords WAY easier and faster. I can't believe this was staring me in the face the whole time and I didn't see it. This course is the first and only course I've ever found that simplified the entire process of learning scales into comprehensive, well though out lessons that build upon one another. I can't wait for the next lesson!"

Sam Russell

Sam Russell

Course: Master of the Modes

"I’ve been “studying” the modes for years. I had what I thought was a good grasp of them, but I knew there was something that I was missing. Master the Modes has been filling in all the blanks I had about what modes really are, how they function, and how we can actually use them musically. It was eye opening! Absolutely love it! It feels so good to have this stuff finally start making sense."

Paul Kleff

Paul Kleff

Course: Master of the Modes

"One of the major differences about this course is how it helps you learn to connect your ears to your hands. I'm a rock/metal guitar player and long-time guitar instructor and in my experience most rock guitar players never get beyond memorizing scale patterns on the neck. This course helps you develop your knowledge of the chord/scale relationship so that you can solo over chord changes and learn to hear the notes you want to play before you play them--a "must have" skill both for improvising and composing."

James Maxwell

James Maxwell

Course: Master of the Modes

"I have been playing guitar for 30 years and have a Bachelor's of Arts in music, but I was still missing a huge piece of the puzzle. After buying several recommend books and countless Youtube tutorials I was left very frustrated. The information was there but it was still boring and lifeless. When I found the Master of the Modes course I knew I was on the right track just by how it was described so I enrolled immediately."

Daniel Jacobson

Daniel Jacobson

Course: Master of the Modes

"I wish I had access to this course as a teenager, I would have really made faster progress with understanding the modes! As it was, my teachers never explained them very clearly, and it wasn't until I went to study music full time that I understood them completely. But even in my college course, the way the modes were explained was not as good as how Tommaso explains them. Now I'm doing Tommaso's course to be able to explain things better to my own students!"

Igor Bilykh

Igor Bilykh

Course: Master of the Modes; Scales For Blues Guitar

"Purely by accident, three years later when I hardly played any guitar, I discovered the modal course by Tommaso. I was sceptical initially as there is a lot of hit and miss out there online. Thankfully, this course worked for me. I am not what you call a "talented player" and I have an average ear, I can't sing at all, I don't have perfect pitch and I don't even know what degree of relative pitch I have if any. I only know what sounds good to my ear and what sounds interesting. I hated minor pentatonic for a long time, but wait, what if you combine it with melodic minor and the Dorian scale and some other interesting "tools" I learned from Tommaso. Now we are talking."

Alberto Milone

Alberto Milone

Course: Master of the Modes

"Master of the Modes gives you the key to understanding music. It gives you the tools to understand how songs work, and it helps you understand why they sound the way they do. The course gives you something to play with from the beginning. And, even when it comes down to learning scales patterns, the course recommends ways to memorize them which are extremely effective. This course changed my life. Moving across the fretboard is a breeze, and I finally feel that I know what I am doing when I play. Now I have the tools to express my emotions in songs. This is priceless to me."

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