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This Crowder song is a straight ahead song that can be played with either a picking pattern or a strum pattern. Check out the charts in multiple keys, and slide your capo to easily transpose to your desired key.
"Come As You Are" by Crowder is a great response song or call to worship song that has a little bit of a folksy sound. It's in 6/8 timing which gives it a unique twist from most worship songs. This is a great one for acoustic, and you'll see how you can work in the intro lick with just guitar.
In this lesson you'll see how I played some chord inversions to complement the rhythm guitar part for my cover of What a Beautiful Name. Once you learn these inversions, you can use them with any song in the key of D.
This Hillsong Worship song talks about our relationship with God, in that we were chosen and children of God. Check out the lead guitar part used in the acoustic cover.
This Hillsong Worship song talks about our relationship with God, in that we were chosen and children of God. Check out how to play the the main acoustic guitar part, including an interesting twist on the G chord and a different way to play a D chord
This Hillsong Worship song talks about our relationship with God, in that we were chosen and children of God. Check out the charts in the key of A, the key of B, and Nashville Numbers.
"What a Beautiful Name" is a popular song from Hillsong Worship which is easy to sing all the way through and lyrically highlights different aspect of the name of Jesus. This is a simple cover with a DADGAD tuning and a secondary guitar part with chord inversions.
This is a simple version of the song "King of My Heart" by Bethel Music, mainly using a finger picking pattern.
This Vertical Worship song is a powerful worship song that's great for Easter. The chorus is "singable" and says: "One name higher, one name is stronger, than any grave, than any throne, Christ exalted over all."
In this lesson, you'll learn both rhythm guitar parts for the song "Wonder" as well as the strum pattern. The first position uses a capo on the 4th fret, and the second position is open, using mainly a B chord. You can also check out the free charts using the link below.
This lesson will show you how to approach "passing chords" which you'll hear throughout the chorus of this song as well as the intro and verse. You'll also learn a few optional ways to spice up the chord structures and picking patterns.