What If The True Secret To Becoming A "REAL" Guitar Player ISN'T Learning More Chords, Scales, and Songs?

The first time Richard started learning guitar, he was just a teenager. It was love at first strum, and riding that initial wave of excitement, he learned a handful of chords and then a few songs to go with them. 

Occasionally, his guitar-playing friends would show him something new to help him on his way; a new strum pattern, a chord, or a cool sounding lick. 

The first few months were amazing - fuelled by dreams of being a creative, expressive musician one day, he pushed through the finger pain and practiced often. 

But that day he dreamed of never arrived.

Richard kept playing, but in time his expectations of himself grew less, and less... and less. 

A full two decades later, Richard could play a hundred songs, but he had a dark secret. 

Deep inside, he knew he was not creative on guitar, his confidence was around 1 out of 10, and most things he knew how to play were simply parroted from what other players had showed him. 

He felt like a jukebox, not a musician. 

Despite outward appearances, at his core Richard felt like a failure at guitar.

He constantly compared himself against other players... and didn't like what he saw. 

Sometimes Richard would play at his church, and occasionally with a group of friends at his local pub, and whenever other musicians tried to explain something in the music, he felt like running and hiding

He knew they were speaking English, but he just couldn't understand how it related to what they were playing! 

It's Embarrassing

One day somebody innocently asked Richard a horrible trap of a question - the question he had come to hate answering above all else:

"How long have you been playing?"

In Richard's mind, if he said the truth - he'd been playing for 20 years - then the person would laugh at him, thinking he ought to have been far better of a player than he clearly was. 

In his mind, Richard felt like his skill level was around the point it should be at if he had played for just one or two years. 

And so instead of answering in years, he simply said "It's embarrassing."

But The Dream Wouldn't Die

Deep inside, Richard still loved the guitar. 

He would spend hours learning about guitar-related things, like tone woods, new effects pedals, what kind of recording techniques artists were using these days... 

He loved listening to the classic rock songs of his youth, always admiring the guitar parts... 

But none of that brought him even one step closer to his dream. 

He wanted to be a "real" guitar player; someone who was creative, confident, and competent. Who knows? Maybe he could even write some of his own songs one day? 

Do You REALLY Want To Be A Guitar Player?

My friend, if you're still reading, my guess is that you can identify with at least some part of Richard's story. 

And if so, I am so thrilled to let you know that THERE IS HOPE!

The fact is, Richard turned his story around, realizing his dream, and we'll get to that in a moment. 

But first, we need to figure out what you're actually aiming at. Most people say - and mean it - that they want to be a guitar player. 

But what is a guitar player?

Just for kicks and giggles, I asked ChatGPT what a guitar player was, and you know what it told me? 

"A guitar player, also known as a guitarist, is a musician who plays the guitar."

WOW. 

ChatGPT told me in eight seconds what I think most guitar players completely miss. 

First and foremost, your goal should be to become a musician... who plays guitar!

Playing guitar is secondary to mastering the music! 

So What IS This Secret Then?

Actually, I think I've just about given it away already, but nonetheless here it is: 

The true secret to becoming a confident and creative guitar player is to understand how music truly works. When you add skill on the guitar on top of that foundation of understanding, you will get competence. 

You can't get what you want without BOTH skill and understanding. Most players put all of their time into working on their skills, and completely neglect developing their understanding. 

Can you imagine if a mechanic were to do the same thing? 

The Importance Of Knowing

Pretend for a moment you want to become a mechanic. 

So, you go out and buy yourself a beautiful chest of tools - all the best ones. A friend of yours is a great mechanic, so you invite him over one afternoon, and he shows you how to use some of the tools in your chest. 

Being completely new to the whole thing, at first you're tremendously pleased with learning how a crescent wrench works, and especially some of the more specialized tools! 

Over time, other friends show you how to use other tools in the toolbox, but pretty quickly, you're going to realize one very important thing. 

You don't UNDERSTAND how engines work! 

Knowing how tools work is great, it's useful, it's helpful, it can even help shape your sound. On the guitar, perhaps that looks like different strumming patterns or picking techniques, or even soloing styles. 

But at the end of the day, if you don't understand how the engine works, what is your confidence level going to look like when asked to do an engine overhaul? 

And if you don't know how engines work, how creative can you truly be in finding ways to improve or innovate? 

And no matter how many tools or techniques you've mastered, will you ever be truly competent to function on your own as a mechanic? 

The exact same story is true for the guitar player. 

As guitar players, we must take the time to understand how the music works (that's the engine!) and THEN, once we have the understanding in place, we'll know how to apply the various tools at our disposal creatively in a way that makes sense. 

Thankfully, learning how music works is not as difficult as many make it out to be! 

A Tested, Proven Path

Sheesh, where are my manners? 

We've been chatting for a while now, and I haven't even introduced myself yet!

I'm Jonathan Boettcher (that's my handsome mug over there to the right), and I've taught more than 10,000 guitar players how to make music make sense. 

When I first learned guitar, I was blessed to learn from a teacher who thought and taught differently than most other teachers of that time. He started me off with a strong foundation in practical, functional music theory, which is something I've benefited from to this day. 

Over the years, as I began playing with other guitar players, I realized how few had any idea how their guitars truly worked, and how music truly worked. 

So here and there, I'd point out something simple, like why don’t you try playing it this way instead, wouldn't it be much easier?

And they would be at a loss - a bar chord wasn't a moveable chord for them, it was just like any other fixed-in-place chord. And I realized that it was a complete lack of fretboard knowledge that held those chords captive and kept their usage so limited... 

Long story short, one day I put together a short course called Unlocking I IV V, and offered it online, and to me surprise, hundreds, and then thousands of people starting not only buying it…. but sending me their stories of how that simple music theory foundation was changing their lives! 

Not one, but TWO people even credited me with saving their marriages! Personally I think they might be getting a tad too generous there, but nonetheless, I’m talking about BIG changes in their understanding of guitar, which massively impacted their playing, which led to big changes in their LIVES

What's that saying... small levers turn big gears? 

That humble little course helped more than 10,000 guitar players understand how music truly works: how keys, scales, chords, progressions and all that fun stuff fits together like the pieces of a car engine and combines to create the beautiful music we know and love. 

And it did so without teaching any chords or songs or riffs!

Recently I found myself reviewing part that course, and while watching it, I had an epiphany: 

With the experience I have today, having answered hundreds of questions regarding the course material, and having grown much as a player and musician, I could produce a far better version of that course than I ever could have when I first released it. 

And so Guitar Theory Unlocked was born.

The new course has greatly expanded on what was taught in the original course, but I want to emphasize:

This is a tested and proven roadmap.

More than 10,000 guitar players have followed this path, and successfully used it to transform their playing. 

It worked for me, and it worked for them. And if it can work for them, I guarantee it can work for you too. 

The 80/20 Rule Applied To Music Theory

Have you ever heard of Pareto's Principle, or the 80/20 rule? It says that 80% of your results will come from 20% of your efforts. 

So if we can discern which 20% is producing the results... 

Well my friend, then we can become hyper-efficient in what we do - including learning guitar. 

I've applied that style of thinking to music theory. Plenty of folks spend years learning all kinds of music theory. And that's fine. If you want to be a professional musician, it's probably worth getting a professional musical education. 

But for the vast majority of guitar players I've come across, learning every last thing there is to know about music theory is a complete waste of time

Yup, I said it. 

Instead, I've identified the 20% that produces THE MOST RESULTS. I took the most practical and functional concepts of music theory for guitar players and poured that into... 

Guitar Theory Unlocked

Guitar Theory Unlocked is designed to give you a strong foundation in music theory, as it applies to the guitar. It will help you make music make sense, and unlock your creative potential. 

As such, it is appropriate for players of many different levels of playing ability, from beginner to intermediate to advanced. 

Beginner players will find they advance more quickly with a foundation in theory, and advanced players will experience a skill multiplication effect as their understanding empowers their fingers in new ways. 

What EXACTLY Is Inside?

I'm glad you asked. I've learned something funny about guitar players - they often think they know something but when pressed, they can't actually apply it. So when you read this list, ask yourself "Am I actively applying these principles to my playing on an everyday basis?" 

If they have not yet had a powerful influence on your playing, then.... well, THEN my friend, you have an opportunity to discover just how powerful a little theory can really be! 

Okay - let's take a look at the nuts and bolts!

  • First up, we're going to discover exactly how the musical alphabet works. This is absolutely critical foundation, but I can't tell you how many guitar players are missing this piece. 
  • Then we're going to apply the musical alphabet to the fretboard, and reveal the full system of how the fretboard works. Sure, you CAN memorize that entire fretboard, if you want to, but I will teach you a system where you won't need to rely on memorization ever again. By this time you will be crystal clear on where to find every note on the fretboard - an excellent foundation for everything else that follows. 
  • Discover the One Scale To Rule Them All! That's the diatonic major scale, by the way, and literally just about all the music theory you'll ever learn hangs off a solid understanding of how that one scale works. You'll master the art of building the scale in any key, from scratch. This is really the heart of the theory, and it forms the basis of everything else we're going to learn.
  • Explore how to play the scale on the fretboard... in any key you want! Some teachers only cover single-position scales that aren't super useful; but once you unlock the power of the fretboard, you'll discover how to move a single pattern into any key you need to use it in. Learn the pattern once, and use it everywhere! These principles apply to other scales too, by the way. 
  • Discover where chords come from (hint: it's not the stork!). At this point you're starting to glimpse the true power and value of that scale, but we're still only just getting started!
  • Learn why pro musicians use numbers to refer to chords! (And this isn't JUST for the pros - this system makes everything so much easier). The Nashville Number system makes communicating with other musicians SO much more effective. If you've ever dreamed of songwriting, this is going to really knock your socks off. By the end of this course, you're going to be well-practiced at using the number system in many different applications. 
  • Investigate how triads are made, what they're used for, and gain the tools to pinpoint their locations all over the fretboard. Discover how you've been using triads all along without even knowing it! A strong understanding of triads will set you up for massive growth later on, as you begin to explore things like comping, soloing, and creating alternative rhythm parts. 
  • Get super clear on the terminology. Have you ever wondered if a "three" was referring to a chord, a note, or a clown riding a unicycle? We'll bring clarity to all the discussion around numbers and how they apply to music. 

Phew! So much good stuff in there! By this point in the course (we're still only halfway through) your entire perspective and understanding of music will be undergoing a tectonic shift. Concepts will still seem a bit new to you, but you'll have exercises to work on that will be reinforcing the principles you're learning every single day (or as often as you choose to practice!). 

It takes time to become truly fluent with musical terms and concepts, but you get exposed to the main principles over and over throughout the course, which has a compounding effect. 

And speaking of repetition, this might be a great time to mention a special bonus I created just for Guitar Theory Unlocked: 

BONUS: Your Theory Study Buddy!

Having taught more than 10,000 guitar players music theory, I've learned the truly awesome power of REPETITION! The very first time some of these concepts are presented, it can be hard to grasp, because it is completely new territory for the student. That's why repetition is your FRIEND

But even better than just watching the main course over again (incidentally, I DO recommend this - many have had POWERFUL BREAKTHROUGHS simply by re-watching my lessons), I decided to create a bonus where I would do extra examples of the main concepts. 

As I began shooting the examples, I also found myself teaching the principles again from different angles than before! This additional perspective could be invaluable as you come to grips with this theory. 

There is more than an hour of bonus content, full of examples and fresh perspective.

VALUE: $25 (included for free)

How Richard Accomplished His Dream

I mentioned earlier we were only halfway through the course material... in just a moment we'll cover the rest of what's inside, but I bet you're still wondering whatever happened to our buddy Richard!

Well, he was 20 years into his guitar journey, and had very nearly given up entirely on several occasions. 

But then he met a friend who explained to him what we've been learning here - that understanding how music works is actually the key to unlocking musical creativity and confidence. 

At first, Richard didn't really want to hear it. 

To be honest, he had a bad taste in his mouth about music theory. One time he had started a book that tried to teach him some, but he only made it through a few pages before it started collecting dust. 

The few times well-meaning people had tried to teach him a little, it made zero sense and left him with more questions than before he'd started. He simply didn't see how it could be practical and how it could relate to his playing. 

Especially at his level. 

But his friend was wise, and understood these objections, and managed to give Richard enough hope to give it one more shot. 

He began to see that his entire system of understanding the guitar was flawed... it simply didn't work. 

It wasn't a system at all, it was a random collection of tidbits haphazardly thrown together into a grab bag which a feral squirrel called home.

He needed a SYSTEM. 

And so, 20 years after first starting the guitar, Richard finally started learning how music truly worked. 

His friend led him to my old music theory course, Unlocking I IV V. And yes, Richard's story is adapted from the story of one of my students. 

The Light Bulb Moment

In just a single evening, Richard went through half of the Unlocking I IV V course for the first time. As he went to bed that night, his mind was buzzing with new information - questions were being answered that he had wondered for years, but never had the words to express. 

He felt his passion for the guitar beginning to return; as he learned what it was that he had been doing all those years, things started falling in place and finally making sense. 

I remember getting my first email from him, as he explained a massive light bulb moment he had. Frankly, I was amazed, because the part of the course he said gave him the breakthrough was one of the more basic portions. And yet, because his previous grab-bag of guitar knowledge was so scattered, this foundational piece was precisely what he needed for his breakthrough. 

As the weeks went by, his new way of thinking about music solidified and became part of him. 

After some time, he wrote me again - he had written his first song! Hard proof that he was now truly creative in his own right. He was doing all kinds of things he'd never dreamed possible; while driving to work, he now enjoyed listening to the radio, trying to figure out the chord changes in his head! 

His confidence was through the roof, even though his actual skill had not improved a huge amount. But that was fine, because as it turned out, he already had enough skill to play confidently, all he had been lacking was the mental component (that's what confidence is, anyhow). 

Richard's story is one of hundreds who have followed a similar path, and achieved similar results. 

Going Deeper...

Alright, I said I was going to tell you what's inside the second half of Guitar Theory Unlocked, so let's get down to business! 

  • Discover how every chord has a relative pair that goes with it. This might seem simple on the surface, but trust me, when you really embrace this concept, it is a major key to stripping out tons of wasted time figuring out new songs, figuring out the chords in a key, transposing on the fly, and can even become a major creative tool at your disposal, helping you build more interesting chord progressions. 
  • Pull back the shroud of mystery surrounding modes. We won't go far with modes in this course, but you will gain a foundational understanding of what they are, where they come from, and how they relate to the key. Should you choose to go further with them in the future, this is an essential pre-requisite. 
  • Discover the powerful Circle of Fifths! This is one of the most common questions I've received over the years, so we're going to learn how the Circle of Fifths can be most effectively used by guitar players. That's right - of all of it's many applications, we'll focus on just the ones that you're likely to actually use. Remember the 80/20 thing we talked about? This is a prime example.
  • Unlock the true power of the I IV V pattern on the fretboard! This could be the most powerful concept taught in this course; in my opinion, it beats even the famously effective Circle of Fifths hands-down. Tall claim? I'll show you exactly how, inside. 
  • Discover the most popular chord progression of all time, but even more importantly, understand the underlying patterns that span every genre and key. Aspiring songwriters will want to pay close attention here - these principles allow you to "steal" the best of what you hear and make it your own! 
  • Experience the joy of creating great-sounding chord progressions (we'll write a simple song together). Even if you never want to write a song for yourself, this is the key to unlimited jamming, and a huge part of learning to be independent and musically creative. 
  • Learn how to find the key of a written song or progression. I'll reveal the trap that 80% of guitar players fall into, causing them to misidentify the key. We'll also learn four different techniques you can use; you can choose the one that works best for you. Working with these techniques step by step, over and over, will set you perfectly on the path to being able to do it all in your head - on the fly - without any memorization required.
  • Learn how to find the key by ear. This is a completely different approach than we use for written progressions, so we'll talk about ear training and discover the step by step process to figure out not only the key, but also the chords to a song when all you have is the audio.
  • Discover how to transpose songs from one key to another. Transposing is a skill I use every day, because often I can't sing a song in the same key it was written in, so I need to move it to a key that is more appropriate for my own vocal range. Just like finding the key, I will show you the step-by-step path to follow, and as you grow in confidence with practice, you will learn to compress those steps into your head, until the entire process can be done on the fly, in your head.
  • Master the art of transposing with a capo. I think capos deserve a lot more respect from rhythm guitar players. They are INCREDIBLY USEFUL. But you must understand the basic principles of how they work, as well as how to transpose music in order to make them serve your playing. Learn how to choose the best capo location - even when there are many options on the table.
  • Learn how to BREAK THE RULES! This is fun, because we just spent the whole course learning musical rules... but now we get to start learning how to BREAK them! This is in fact the secret to moving into more advanced, more creative progressions and chord choices. First we understand the system, then we begin to discover how to manipulate it to our advantage. 

Happy Customers

Bob Nodzo

Auburn, NY, USA

So much revelation about chord structure!

Cool lesson, very down to earth. Speaking as an elementary teacher, you kept it simple and to the point.

Your course gave me so much revelation about chord structure that I sat down and started fooling around with some chords. I also started helping out my buddy at his guitar school so this will come in handy big time. I think this old dog is gonna learn and understand some new tricks!

Scott Wadlow

Missouri, USA

This will take my playing to the next level, and then some!

I had a chance to review your lesson on the 1,4,5 theory and it was exactly what I was looking for. It was very informative and easy to follow. I honestly believe that this will take my guitar playing to the next level and then some... the more that I watched the more that it made sense.

Very well done and I would have to say that I would not change a thing. Thanks for this lesson and I look forward to future lessons!

Mike Demars


You have a way of making Greek sound like English!

You have a way of making Greek sound like English as far as music theory goes. I always get very bogged down and frustrated with music's nuts and bolts, but you have unlocked some stuff for me that I've just not been able to grasp until now.


I've never aspired to be Al DiMeola or John McLaughlin, but just want to have a basic understanding of the guitar and a bit of the how and why, so thanks!

How Is The Course Delivered?

As soon as you purchase the Guitar Theory Unlocked, you will be given a username and password for our member's area. If you are a returning customer, the course will be added to your existing account. Once you login, you will see the Member Dashboard, where all our courses can be found. 

From here it is just one click to the Guitar Theory Unlocked homepage, where you will see the full course outline. Every section has a video and a written component that goes with it. The PDF of the course book is provided, so if you wish to print this out to work through as you watch the video, you can do that. 

As you complete sections, you can mark them complete and the system will track your progress, making it easy to come back exactly where you left off. You can ask questions directly on the same page as well - in fact, I encourage you to ask as many as you want! 

The course is nearly six and a half hours in total, but is strategically broken into 28 bite-sized pieces, making it very easy to take at your own pace. In face, the average video length is just 13 minutes, making it very easy to watch a chunk, then practice it right after. 

And that doesn't count the bonus material!

What Devices Does It Work With?

You can access the course with anything that has an internet connection and allows you to login to our website. Phones, tables, computers, laptop - even smart TV's that allow surfing the web will work just fine. Where it's relevant, tab and even chord diagrams have been added on-screen, and there are three camera angles to ensure that you'll always have a good view of the action!

Is This Course Too Advanced FOR ME?

I've bought plenty of courses online, so I'm well familiar with the question of "is this going to be too advanced for me?" or "Is it too basic and below where I'm at?"

Guitar Theory Unlocked is really focused on your understanding of music, far more than it is focused on your playing ability. Trust me, I literally guarantee that when your musical understanding improves, your playing will follow very quickly. 

That said, this is not a "how to play guitar" course. If you don't currently play ANY guitar, then you would be better suited with a proper beginner course. 

However, if you are familiar with basic chords, you're probably at a good place to start learning how music works. 

Guitar Theory Unlocked does not assume you have any prior music theory, so regardless of where you're at, you can jump in and start making progress. 

Is This Course Too Basic FOR ME?

It's actually pretty hard to pin a course or a guitar player down to a specific skill level, like beginner, intermediate, or advanced. The reason is that those terms carry different meanings to different people. 

That said, here's an easy litmus test for you: Do you understand how keys work, how scales work, how chords work, how progressions and the number system work, how to transpose music, and how to build chords? If you can confidently answer yes to the above, then you, my friend, do not need this course. 

My ultimate answer to the skill match issue is simple: if what you see on this page resonates with you, give the course a try. If you find it is too far above or below your skill level and you're not learning anything, simply let me know and I'll give you a full refund. No hard feelings! 

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You will discover how keys, scales, chords and progressions all work together, and gain the skills to be musically creative in your own right. You will learn how to communicate effectively in musical terms and discover the source of your confidence - regardless of your skill level!

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Guitar Theory Unlocked contains all of the basic foundation you need to understand and work with music successfully. But there's always more! 

The Deluxe Package adds an additional two-hour course, called Chord Hacking 101, that is designed to perfectly follow after one has completed Guitar Theory Unlocked. In Chord Hacking 101, we'll go way deeper into the topic of chords and chord modifications.

You'll discover: 

  • Suspended 4 Chords: Suspended 4th chords, or sus4 chords, make music sound interesting and exciting. They create a feeling that the music is "hanging" and waiting to go somewhere. Musicians use sus4 chords to add tension and make songs feel more dramatic. They are great for creating a sense of anticipation before moving to the next chord.
  • Suspended 2 Chords: Suspended 2 chords, or sus2 chords, make music sound more interesting and fresh. They create a feeling of openness and tension, like the music is begging to move to the next chord. Musicians use sus2 chords to add a sense of excitement and anticipation to their songs.
  • Slash Chords: Slash chords are special chords that tell you which note to play in the bass. They help make the music sound smoother and more interesting. For example, instead of jumping around, the bass notes can move step by step. This creates a nice, linear and flowing sound. Musicians use slash chords to add variety and to connect different chords in a song more easily.
  • Minor 7th Chords: Minor 7th chords are special because they add a cool, jazzy sound to music. Musicians use them to make songs sound more interesting and emotional. You can use minor 7th chords to make the music feel sad or relaxed, and they fit well in many types of songs, like jazz, blues, and pop.
  • Major 7th Chords: Major 7th chords are great for making music sound smooth and relaxing. They are like regular major chords but with one extra note that adds a dreamy feeling. Musicians use major 7th chords to make songs feel peaceful and to help change from one key to another. These chords are often used in jazz and pop music to add a nice, calm sound.
  • Dominant 7th Chords: Dominant 7th chords are special chords that add a lot of color and tension to music. These chords are often used to create a strong pull back to the home chord, making the music sound more interesting and exciting. They are very common in blues and jazz music, giving songs a rich and bluesy feel. Many 12 bar blues progressions rely on dominant 7th chords to create the signature blues sound. 

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Tim Sommer

Michigan, USA

I've never gotten so much value for so little before

This eye opening, easily understood, basic understanding is like learning where a light switch is in a dark room. What that light has helped me find already is amazing and what's still in the dark room yet to be discovered is just a matter of time and effort away.


The more I look at what I'm doing the more I see why it all works.


I can't say it enough how worthwhile this simple course has been. I have never gotten so much for so little before. A value that delivers a one time benefit is all well and good, but a value that continues to deliver forever is truly hard to find.


George Johnson

Pennsylvania, USA

Thank you for proving me wrong!

The thing is, I had felt that playing guitar efficiently would be something that I just would not grasp... especially fret board knowledge and theory... thank you for proving me wrong.


The patterns that you define and the theory that goes with it has allowed my brain and my fingers to come together in an understanding that makes everything flow.


I have to tell you, playing is one thing... understanding what you're doing... that's the key. Your patterns make what I once felt would be too complex simple to follow and it sticks in your memory. You have given me many AH-HA moments.

Thomas Hill

Utah, USA

You broke down the mysterious fretboard and made learning easy.

Where were you when I wanted to learn to play the guitar forty years ago? I know, you weren't alive. Previous instructors made the process hard, or maybe it was my attention span. Either way, I've come farther in two months now that I understand the patterns than I did in many years of trying, getting frustrated, and quitting.


You broke down the mysterious fretboard and made learning easy. At fifty five, a great regret was never learning to play the guitar. Because of you and your program I am on the way to erasing that regret from my life. This may sound overstated, but I assure you, it is not.

Are you ready to finally discover the secret to how music works, and how to apply it to your guitar? To watch that seed grow and spread throughout every aspect of your guitar playing, affecting and improving every note you play?

Let's work together to take your guitar playing to new heights!

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