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I'm an intetinterme level player and I've been really trying to up my chord/theory game after being inspired by people like Joey Landreth, Airel Posen, Chris Buck etc.

I understand chord theory and how chords/Triads are constructed. I'm now really trying to understand how to involve other intervals like fourths and Sixths into my lead and chordal playing. But I'm really confused about how to actually go about exploring everything because it seems like there's an infimoin number of ways of doing it and just so many chords and inversions that can be used. It's really daunting. Any tips on a streamlined (point A to B to C and so on..) way of how I could do this? I recently bought a guitar theory for dummies book for this purpose too..

Practice routine: I practice about an hour and a half a day. Technical stuff for 20 mins, theory stuff for 30 mins and song stuff (original or covers) for 30 mins. And Noodle for 10mins.

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