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In this lesson, you'll learn how to play the rhythm guitar to My Lighthouse by Rend Collective. This is an upbeat song with a great feel!
In this lesson, you'll learn a really handy lick that you can use in almost any blues song. This example shows how to use it in the key of E. Using this technique, you'll be able to even create an entire song only using bass notes and this lick!
This Matt Maher song has an Easter theme that celebrates the resurrection" "Because He lives, I can face tomorrow. Because He lives, every fear is gone."
This gospel classic, Through it All, was originally written and performed by the late great Andrae Crouch and covered by the Gaithers, etc. This version is inspired by Isreal Houghton's acoustic version at Andrae's "Celebration of Life" service.
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 simple chord additions to chords you already know to create beautiful sounding chords. Just one note can change the complexity of a chord and make it unique. This can also be an inspiration for writing songs.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to create melody lines with supportive chords. This trick sounds like two guitars are playing at the same time! You'll learn the simple way to find just about any melody line to play songs you like or experiment with intros or solos.
This lesson will help you add to your short cut capo guitar vocabulary. With two simple chord shapes, you can play every chord in the chord family to create unique sounds.
This is a lesson on the cover of This I Believe from Hillsong United. In the previous video, Stephen covers the song, so you can hear it all the way through.
Stephen cover this Hillsong United song based on the Nicene Creed. In the following lesson, you'll see a tutorial on how to play it.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to play the acoustic cover version of the song This is Amazing Grace. You'll learn how to incorporate the signature lick into the regular chord progression, and you'll also learn some unique chords that sound great with this song.
Stephen covers the Phil Wickham song with an acoustic version that incorporates some signature licks as well as strumming.
This is a great lick that has a unique jazz sound but can be used in a blues context or a jazz context. If most of your soloing is in the minor pentatonic, and you want something to spice it up that sounds a little different, this lick is for you!
In this lesson you wil learn a unique lick that lets you blaze through several scales. Use this technique to create licks of your own in any key.
An electric guitar can create great ambient swells and pad sounds that mimic keys. This is a common way to start a more reflective song. You'll learn the secret to creating these and adding in complex sounds. All you need some sort of looper pedal.