Well, usually people that never learned theory hate theory and vise-versa. Theory is very hard to learn, but if I never learned it I would feel really dumb just picking random notes that go together and random chord progressions without knowing basic structures of chord progressions. Also improving with pentatonics and other more complex scales makes it quite easy, improving off of "This note sounds good after this note so lets memmorize that" isn't. Anyway, back to the question Met Threat had:
Wait so your saying you just wanna copy songs by looking at musical notation rather than tabs? IMO, that really doesn't help, its just stupid. But maybe i misunderstood your question.
I really don't care about cpying songs, if it was about that in itself then tab is obviously much faster. Sheet music teaches you the way music was actually and how timing, structure, etc works instead of a tab that basically puts a number in front of you and tells you to repeat. I am looking for a site that lists sheet music for random songs.
BTW, just for the record, one of the top things that has annoyed me when talking to people that play guitar without knowing any theory is when they bring up Hendrix. I sya this about that: "hendrix didn't live by theory, but he knew the very core and basics of it, but when it comes down to you, YOU'RE NOT HENDRIX!" Hendrix is one in a century and people can't keep using him as an excuse to not learn theory. I however will budge that if you are playing guitar strictly on a "fun" basis then skip theory cause it really drains you.