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The song Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) is an incredibly popular worship song that has a unique sound. In fact it claimed song of the year at the Dove awards in 2014. The song focuses on the calling of God to "get out of the boat," the faith needed to do so, and the dependance on God to move.
Christmas is coming soon, so why not learn another classic! This is a finger picking version that is fairly simply to play. Learn it in sections, and put it all together for something you can play every year!
In this lesson, you'll learn the second acoustic guitar part to the song "Come to Me". This part is capo 2 using the G chord family, so it is easier to play. It features a picking pattern that complements the 1st guitar part that is capo 5.
In this lesson, you'll learn the capo 5 guitar part to the acoustic version of the song "Come to Me" featuring Jenn Johnson. This part carries the intro of the song with some very unique chords and an interesting picking pattern.
In this free lesson, you'll learn the solo and the bridge to the song "Oceans" (Where Feet May Fail). These parts use chords instead of just the octave lick. Once you know these chords, you'll have everything you need to play the song all the way through!
In this free lesson, you'll learn the intro and verse to the Hillsong United song "Oceans" (Where Feet May Fail). This uses a simple finger picking patter with some easy, but unique shapes.
In this lesson, you'll learn the finger picking intro to Scandal of Grace. This is a great way to play the signature lick along with the chords.
This is an acoustic version of the Hillsong United song "Scandal of Grace."
In this final lesson in a 3 part series, you'll learn the last part to the Christmas song "The First Noel." This will complete the song and will allow you to play all the way through.
In the lesson, you'll learn the next part to the Christmas song "The First Noel." You'll be playing the melody within some unique chords in the key of D.
In this lesson, you will hear an example of a different way to play the First Noel that is much more reflective and slow. It also uses alternate D chords that give a unique sound to the song. You'll learn how to use those alternate chords to get a head start on learning the song.
In this lesson you will learn some great alternate chords in the D chord family that are very simple. You'll also learn a simple finger picking pattern. This lesson will give you some fun sounds that you can use in your own song writing.
In this lesson, you'll learn a simple picking pattern combined with some variations of the G, C, and D chords that provide a "down-home" simple feel. You can use these new chords and this pattern in a variety of ways!
In this lesson, you'll learn the second part to the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow. You'll learn some great jazz chords that support the melody line of the song and provide a twist to the popular song. This is an advanced lesson but will challenge you in lots of beneficial ways.
This is a lesson that shows you how to play the classic song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" using jazz chords and a melody line at the same time. This is a great challenge for advanced players!