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Practical Application of

Music Theory

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Many musicians are self taught and have a limited knowledge of music theory. Some even fear the idea of learning any theory, believing that it may interfere with their playing. ReedBass has developed a way of getting these musicians to learn music theory that allows them to grasp of the fundamentals by taking the focus of the academic aspect of the subject and making it more practical based.

An important element of learning any subject is understanding how it works. Having a working knowledge of music theory allows musicians to communicate ideas efficiently and effectively with others. Another benefit of having a working knowledge of music theory is that it allows you to assimilate musical ideas quicker, which speeds up the process of learning new material. It can also open up creative paths to self-expression by putting a wide range of tools at your disposal.

Topics covered include:


  • Major and Minor Scales

  • Diatonic and Chromatic Harmonic Progression

  • Time Signatures

  • Simple and Complex Rhythm

  • Major and Minor Tonality

  • Chords and Arpeggios


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"I like that Reed gives you the theory to help you understand the concepts you're working but focuses on the practical excercises and tasks to help you get them into your playing."

Jonathan Pearson - Coventry

"The knowledge I've gained in this workshop has given me the ability to express my creative ideas with others very quickly."


Andre Campbell

I didn't like theory much before this but Reed has made it relatable to my instrument. Now I have understand what other musicians are talking about, which saves time in rehearsals.


Hayley Hanson - Northampton

"Theory is beginning to make sense because I can see how it applys to the guitar."


V Watson - Castle Browmich


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