In this lesson, you'll learn a chord progression based on off the Em slide lesson that will work perfectly for the song, "God's Great Dance Floor" by Chris Tomlin, off of the Passion 2013 album. You can even do an acoustic cover with these chords.
In this lesson, you will learn an alternate way to play each of the 7 chords typically found in DADGAD tuning. You may in fact choose to use these chords instead of the original chords since they are fairly easy to play and have a great sound. You can also use these chords to create unique intros and signature licks.
There are a lot of tricks with DADGAD, and in this lesson, you'll learn how to play octave chords. This simple trick allows you to play any melody line or signature lick while also strumming a full chord. It sounds like two guitars playing at one time!
In this lesson, you will learn about a very simple scale that works in DADGAD alternate tuning. This scale can create lots of fun riffs as well as provide some notes to add to your normal chords. Make sure you know your DADGAD chords first!
In this lesson you will learn how to tune to DADGAD as well as how to play the 7 main chords. Most of these chords only use 1 or 2 fingers, so it is very easy to play. After you learn these chords, you'll also learn how a capo works with this tuning to play in any key.
In this free lesson, you'll learn a finger picking intro for the Matt Redman song "10,000 Reasons." (a.k.a. bless the Lord Oh My Soul). This intro includes part of the melody-line of the song, so it is instanly recognizable.
In this lesson, you'll learn the final section to the song "The First Noel." You'll see a great way to end the song and then hear the whole song put together. Give youself a Christmas present and learn this song you can play every year!
In this lesson, you'll learn the second part to "The First Noel." It includes a great use of the Em slide chords and a unique way to play part of the traditional carrol. Once you learn this lesson, you'll have most of the song covered!