The information you should learn is in chapter 1. If you know chapter 1, you can play all topics almost immediately.

This method doesn’t need to be read chronologically. After learning the basics – chapter 1 – you can choose the topic you want to know more about. It may occur that a chapter contains information referring to other chapters. For example, chapter 4 refers to information from chapter 3, block 1 and block 2. Chapter 6 refers to information from chapter 4 an chapter 3block 1 and block 2.  Chapter 0 provides general information.

However, the order of chapters in this method is not random. This method can be used very well chronologically, and the information is more specific the further you go.


In short:
Chapter 0 contains terminology, information on pronunciation of musical theoretical topics and symbols. You can leaf through this chapter if you encounter musical theoretical terms.

Chapter 1 contains the basic information with which you can analyse all other melodic musical theory. If you know the basics, it is easy to play all other scales of this method and apply them to the music that you play.

Chapter 2 explains how you can play scales across the whole neck.

Chapter 3 explains the structure of chords, and also how you can play them.

Chapter 4 explains how you can use the church scales.

Chapter 5 exhibits scales of which the practical application is explained later in this method. These scales all have a formula: if you know the church scales and the formula, you can immediately play these scales.

Chapter 6 teaches you the exceptions in chord progressions (chord progressions that don’t follow the church mode) and which scales you can use with those.

Chapter 7 details special (aspects of) chord progressions.


The information in the chapters is placed through text, video, exercises and audio. Here you are also free to choose what you want to go through.

Besides the chapters there's also a forum where you can share your ideas and creations with all the other members.