Just starting? Start right. Best practices for standing, holding, picking and wiring.
Let’s make some music! Play your first chord to a full-band practice track. How to fix ‘buzzy’ notes.
Dial in five workhorse tones from your guitar, amp, distortion and delay.
Power Chords add a sense of ‘energy’ and ‘majesty’ to a worship song.
Learn the shapes, chord patterns and rhythm techniques behind creating energetic power chord rhythms.
Practice powerful rhythm parts with 5 custom backing tracks
Worship Chord System
The CAGED system applied! Five sets of contemporary open chord voicings for keys C, A, G, E and D.
With this approach, you’ll learn the shapes of modern-sounding chords. You’ll learn the most common patterns. You’ll learn how to smoothly change between chords.
You’ll put them all to work with 20 custom built backing tracks.
Learn how to play the main chords and patterns in E. Modern voicings.
Modern voicings for the six chords in C. Smoothly change between them.
A shimmering set of voicings for the six chords in A. Get your fingers around the main changes.
A real workhorse – the six main chords in the key of G. Move only one or two fingers for all the main patterns!
The six chords in D, plus how to change between them. Very useful later when used up the neck.
Some more ‘unusual sounding‘ chords that work brilliantly with worship.
Play in any key, using the Worship Chord System and a capo. Learn the best capo position/chord set choices.
Essential rhythm techniques.
Using syncopation, muting and sixteenth note picking to add ‘punch’ to praise
How do we handle quieter, fragile worship times? A toolkit of gentler techniques.
The secret to memorising songs, writing songs and playing by ear. Learn the most used chord patterns in praise/worship.
How to play choppy, barre chords in any key. A rock standby.
How do we play up the neck?
The chord chart says E, A, B – but we don’t want to strum open chords like the acoustic player. How do we play chords/melodies up the neck like the pros?
My go-to toolkit of triads and partials.
40 years young, and still influencing worship today! How to apply U2 guitar techniques to praise and worship.
How do we get the guitar to cut through the mix, and also complement the drums, bass, keys and vocals?
Because it’s always “too loud!” Tame the beast of guitar volume – without sacrificing tone
Our goal. Combine everything above to disappear into the background, and serve your fellow worshippers: Flow.