We all have our idea of the dream drum kit. The perfect snare, cymbals, hardware, the works! The reality however, is that a lot of us don’t have the means to have everything we want unless the church where we serve has a big budget or we go in the red financially to have it. […]
So here’s something you will NEVER hear spoken in church, or anywhere, for that matter; ‘I just wish those cymbals were louder!!’ Cymbals are often thought of as the most offensive part of any drum kit, so let’s fix it!! I’ve played many cymbals that just make me cringe every time I go to hit […]
Songwriting for the Church has to begin with the spiritual before it can move to the practical. If we are not writing from a heart of private worship then our songs will be shallow and ineffective. They will be absent of the power of the Holy Spirit because we are not in communion or in […]
Most capable singers who are at least familiar with harmony are quite capable of finding the 3rd (Major third off the melody line). The problem, however, arises when they stick TOO closely to the 3rd – or what’s called a “parallel (3rd) harmony”. Parallel harmonies (3rd’s) that never stray from the 3rd can REALLY mess […]
Vocals are – in most respects – the most underestimated and undervalued instruments in your worship arsenal. The fact that many can regurgitate appropriate lyrics (mostly on pitch) with relative ease can lead most leaders and members to rubber-stamp any vocals offered as “good enough” for service. Buckle up; because the truth is far from […]
There are instructors, coaches, and mentors. Instructors teach the student about the tools needed to improve their skill. Coaches guide the skill toward a task or objective. Mentors reinforce the focus and heart behind developing the skill-set. While both instructors and coaches encourage the student to improve their skill, mentors aim higher – with a […]
Have you noticed that the currency in our day is not money, but time? When you ask someone how they are, the answer is usually a huge intake of air followed by an exhalation with the word “busy” punctuating it. People are busy. We won’t get into the right or wrongness of that here, but […]
A few weeks ago I wrote an article about building community with other worship leaders in your region and the impact those relationships can have on you as an individual and on your city or region. One of the ways these relationships have affected the city I live in has been the desire to bring […]
The world of instrumentation is vast and wide. Yet, our current church culture’s trend for worship, is a band set-up. It’s very common to see drums, a bass, keys, and a couple of guitars up on stage. But that doesn’t mean there’s not a place for some other fun instruments from time to time. Let’s […]
Oh sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth! – Psalm 96:1 A few things that stand out to me from this verse: From an Ecclesiastes framework I think, ‘There is nothing new under the sun! How would any song be new?’ Or even reading from other […]
This tutorial is designed to give you an in-depth overview of the “Services LIVE” feature from Planning Center Online. This tutorial assumes that you have a basic understanding of Planning Center Online (PCO), and does not cover typically-used functions of PCO, such as scheduling, adding people, creating services types and creating/editing templates. Planning Center Live […]
Another weekend has passed and you are holding on to dear life after numerous challenges. You might be fried and frustrated with your team, pastor, church, or even all of them. You feel the burden of ministry and hear a nagging voice challenge even your place in life. Before you quit, just remember this profound […]
When it comes to planning worship events the important things to do can come to mind pretty easily: i.e. the musicians you want to play, the set list you want to build, how you want to transition between songs. You can have meetings, and discuss stage lighting and directions for the congregation and band. All […]
Ouch. We’ve all been there. You and your team were pumped all week about this new music and then…….nothing. It just falls flat. As you get off the stage you wonder, “What in the world happened out there?” You have a couple options in this scenario. You could throw your hands up and decide to never play the […]
As our churches move towards personal monitoring and wireless monitoring solutions, we are getting more familiar with the concept of using in-ear monitors. In-ear monitors are either custom or universal fit “headphones” that are placed directly into the ear canal vs. sitting in the ear like an ear bud might or over the ear like […]
“Hey! Can you play guitar?… Yes?… Well, join the worship team!” If it were only that simple. Unlike recruiting and hiring musicians for most secular groups – where the allure may be a record deal, exposure to large audiences, or a good source of income, recruiting musicians for a Worship team involves many important – […]
We all would agree that communication is a very important part of being a worship team. Not just socially communicating, but musically as well. When the MD (Music director) or worship leader says something in regards to drum playing and how it pertains to a song, there needs to be a common language of sorts […]
Gosh I love this song. It is so packed with honesty, confession, truth, and praise. Even though I go against what God has for ME, He still loves me and extends mercy and grace to us, the undeserving. “Yet still You love me, though I stood and mocked the Lamb above me.” This is a […]
Over many years of playing drums in various churches, I’ve come across many different drummers, varying from beginners to seasoned players. And yet I’m shocked at how many of them have totally missed the boat on what we’re trying to accomplish! So I’ve come up with 5 things that every drummer, from start to finish, should be […]
One of the things I am frequently asked about when I’m playing a show, doing a clinic, or just filling in at someone’s church is, “How should we tune our drums?” The more churches and drummers that I’m around, the more I realize that very few people feel confident in tuning drums. In most worship […]
Lighting your subject or subjects on stage is of paramount importance. If they weren’t lit, nobody would see them! So we know we need a good wash to have good lighting, and we have learned some things about our wash so lets just do it! However, wash technique cannot be taught in one article, there […]
For All Seasons // This Is Amazing Grace – Electric Guitar Tutorial This song is AWESOME! It’s so rich in theology and filled with the truth of the gospel. Two of my favorite lines in this song are at the beginning of verse one and two. Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection everything. If He didn’t […]
Hello there! My name is Rachel Parrish, and together with my husband Nate, we make up the husband-and-wife worship duo Parrish from Napa Valley in Northern California. We serve at Hillside Christian Church as worship leaders and college pastors. We have 5 years of marriage under out belt, and both come from musical backgrounds. Nate’s […]
Playing drums in a church setting requires a certain mentality. We must always be aware of what’s going on around us, and be in tune Spiritually with God so that we can be effectively led by Him. As a musician on the worship team, you are in fact, a worship leader. It’s not just about playing the drums, it […]
The pressure is real. We are all in a time crunch. If you and your music team are striving to be memorized on Sunday, let’s cover some tips and tricks that will get you memorized most efficiently. But before we jump into the specifics of memorization, let’s talk a little about how to set your team up for […]
Electric Guitar Tutorial // For All Seasons – This I Believe From Jeff Luckey This is a very important song for the church right now. In a post-modern world where so many things are subjective and relative, it’s so valuable to have these absolute truths set to song. Music can serve as an easy recall […]
The microphone – as the performance savvy come to realize – is not simply a device used to amplify the voice; it is, rather, an instrument used as an extension of their vocal skills. Understanding and respecting microphone positioning capabilities enhances the opportunity to maximize vocal potential. The microphone is an instrument used as an […]
An effective leader will fight for their team. A team who serves with a sense of being inspired, protected and valued will be successful and committed. Here are 5 ways to champion your team as a leader. SET CLEAR EXPECTATIONS FROM THE BEGINNING This may not sound like a way to be your team’s champion, but if you’ve cast […]
From Jeff Luckey, guitarist, For All Seasons: This is a fun, straight-rock song. There are some complexities, but it’s super congregational. The rhythm section is my favorite part. The bass is so unique in the verses. It has more intricate lines than your typical worship song. But, you gotta play it on the right speakers. […]
As a music director, session player, and clinician, I’m often asked to speak about my personal technique for learning, preparing, and rehearsing new music, as well as my approach to team rehearsals. However, above the technical delivery of your musicianship, I believe that your commitment to be your very best for your team and for […]
Reverb is the sound that reaches our ears after it has bounced off some other surface first. The characteristics of the reverb will vary based on the frequency range of the source, the position of the source, and the position of the listener. Reverb amount and “quality” varies based on the frequencies in the source […]
Johnny Hamilton brings us a tutorial from For All Seasons’ latest record.
Andy brings us the third installment of Personal Mixing 101.
Andy takes us through another personal mixing tutorial.
For All Seasons // ‘Eternal King’ Electric Guitar Tutorial “When we completed the writing process for Eternal King and listened through the first pass, we got so excited about sharing it with our community. And, as we’ve been able to lead the song over the last couple months, it has been incredible to watch how […]
Do you serve with your spouse? Laura has some practical advice for you.
Fox brings us practical advice for mixing our worship services.
Seth shows us the steps he uses to create solid original worship songs
I don’t know how many of us have witnessed multiple lead vocalists attempting to share the same vocal stage – during the same song. While there may be some true “harmony” present, there can be a perceived “limelight-hog” air about the event that can leave the participants feeling like they’ve gotten a pedicure from a cheese grater […]
As singers, we have the benefit of carrying our instrument with us everywhere we go. The down-side is… We take our instrument EVERYWHERE we go; we don’t have the luxury of throwing it into a case for a week while we get over the flu. Like athletes, our voices are best utilized and conditioned for […]
If you are unfamiliar with personal monitoring systems, it’s time to get up to speed. Personal monitor systems allow each performer to have a mix with as much “me” as they want without conflicting with their neighbor. They can allow you to take most if not all the monitors (floor wedges) off the stage, reducing clutter and, more […]
Have you ever arrived at practice with singers that are very capable at improvisational harmonies, but end up criss-crossing, doubling, leaving open 5ths, or inadvertently dropping into melody? There is a tendency to assume that just because you “can” harmonize on-the-fly, that there need be no preparation for the vocalists before practice. However, preparing multiple […]
Today we will review the three most common types of lights that are used in church lighting systems, which are conventional, LED, and Moving-Head fixtures. While this initial post will give you a brief overview of each type, each of the subsequent posts will individually examine these types of fixtures in greater detail. Because each type of […]
A good friend of mine was struggling. She was an incredible and talented songwriter with deep faith in Jesus, but she was writing pop songs and feeling like it wasn’t right. She switched to writing worship music to “keep following God.” After trying very hard for a few agonizing months she realized that her audience […]
A Musical Director is a voice of leadership on the platform that helps to run the rehearsals, navigates the band through musical transitions, and fuels the worship leader with clear ideas that can create a moment where people can interact freely with God. A Musical Director adds unity and strength to the team on platform, […]
Editor’s Note: This tutorial assumes that the reader has at least a general understanding of a guitar and basic fretboard theory, including key signatures, note names and guitar-centered terminology. If you are unfamiliar with these concepts, please refer to this post for a great introductory lesson about basic fretboard theory. A capo (short for the […]
“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.” (John 1:5) Back To Basics I am sure most of you have been to a concert in an arena with a big headlining act and thought to yourself, “Man, those lights look amazing!” Well, of course they do! They are run […]
As guitarists, we tend to get stuck in a rut of playing the same thing over and over again. We tend to memorize shapes and patterns, rather than thinking about what we are actually playing. If you find yourself feeling like that sometimes, maybe it’s time to ask yourself if you really know all of the notes […]
Last week, our own Chris Bellamy sat down for an interview with David Curran, bass player for Elevation Worship, and had a conversation about playing music, worship, and how to be a better worship leader. Check out what he had to say! Chris Bellamy: Hi David. How are you? Thanks so much for taking time […]
I have been using ProPresenter for several years now, and I am still learning shortcuts, tips and tricks all the time (and if I’m hones,t most of them come from my High School techs…). Whether you’ve never heard of ProPresenter, are a novice user or a multi-year veteran, here are some helpful tips and tricks […]
A solid rig from James Thain!
So your team is playing to a click track and everything is going great until you get to a slow song. Suddenly the band and the metronome are in two different places. How do we avoid this? Here are 4 tips for keeping your team locked in to that click. Volume The most important thing is to […]
If you’d like to be featured, head on over to this form and tell us about yourself! Dalton Huxley Anthem Church Amp: Vox AC15 Custom Electric Guitar: Fender American Vintage ’72 Thinline Telecaster Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Pedalboard (guitar to amp): Boss TU-3 Boss Orange Squash Compressor Exotic Effects EP Booster Walrus Audio Voyager Drive […]
I have a confession to make. The first thing I look at when I walk into a new church is their drums. You can tell a lot about a worship team by just looking at their drum set-up. What’s their style? How loud do they play? How current are they? How much does the church invest […]
Welcome to our second gear rundown. If you’d like to be featured, head on over to this form and tell us about yourself! Adam Bailey Second Baptist Church. Lancaster, SC. Electric Guitar I play a Fender Deluxe Stratocaster, which goes into my board. My pedal order goes something like this: Xotic Effects SP Compressor JHS […]
Merry Christmas! Justin is back with another electric guitar tutorial – Hillsong Young & Free – “Noel”.
This is the first of our posts highlighting one of our community member’s gear! If you’d like to be featured, head on over to this form and tell us about yourself! Tom Lemmons New Life Christian Center // Turlock, CA Electric Guitar I usually play thru a dual amp rig. A marshall plexi reissue and a […]
Chris Sligh gives us a glimpse into his writing process and teaches us the methods of great song writing
Cliff gives some great tips for worship vocalists.
Aside from musical skill, there is a wealth of technical knowledge required to be a solid keyboard player. Micah helps they keys players get on the right track!
In case you missed our first online guitar workshop! Here it is for a limited time! Jon and Chris did some great training for worship guitarists. Including voicings, tone, swells, and more. Jon and Chris did a fantastic job. Be sure to check out their posts and training on the site. Get the handout mentioned […]
The learning curve for new a keys player in a worship team is often steep. Additionally worship team leaders can become frustrated that they are not able to communicate what they want or help their keys players when they run into a roadblock. Hopefully this post will clear up some of the confusion by defining […]
John Strand from Crosspoint Church in Modesto, CA gives us a rundown of his guitars, pedalboard, and amp!
Micah brings us some technical advice for keyboardists
Proverbs 21:5 The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty. (Disclaimer: I have broken all of these rules at one time or another.) 1. Decide if you really need the piece of gear. Will you be using it consistently? Will it enhance what you bring […]
Keyboard technology has been rapidly changing over the past few decades to keep up with the diverse demands of musicians. In the 90’s it seemed every church acquired a digital piano or workstation to accompany the newly formed worship teams. Many of these instruments however now lay dormant due to either their complexity or lack […]
Justin teaches the lead electric guitar parts for Passion’s “My Heart is Yours” from their album “Take It All”.
A quick rundown of the electric guitar gear used by For All Seasons while leading at Hume Lake Camp Summer 2014.
Jim talks about why Matchless Amps rule.
Adam brings us a comprehensive review of JHS’ new “Channel strip in a box” pedal.
Be sure to check out the rest of the guitar theory series here. An understanding of chord construction is important since it allows you to create musically correct chords in “non-standard” ways, expanding your tonal possibilities. Plus, this knowledge lets you create chords on the spot: you may have never memorized the fingering for an […]
Rob brings us fantastic perspective and practical advice on songwriting.
Brady takes us through a detailed list of his electric guitar rig.
Chad has practical advice for those looking to record their music.
Two of the most common questions I get from my guitar students or when I do workshops is “How can I sound more modern?” and “What do I play if there are multiple guitarists in my band?”. This lesson will give you some ideas on how to take the open A chord and break it […]
Fine tuning your tone? Alex takes us through some of the most popular delay pedals.
Bethel Music guitarist Michael Pope discusses the top 6 questions he encounters regarding worship, guitar, gear, and technique.
In the context of musical worship, there is a great debate for the keys player between the use of hardware or software.
In our last discussion, we talked about how important guitar effects are becoming in our worship sets. Even more so, the proper use of them could make or break the set. We expressed the importance of the clean tone as it is the foundation of everything to come after it. This principal still holds true when dealing with the wet effects. Delays and Reverbs.
Electric Guitar Lead Tutorial for “Brighter” by Hillsong Young & Free. Taught by Justin Greer. For info on Justin’s Guitar Rig, see this post.
Electric Guitar Lead Tutorial for Hillsong Young & Free “Lifeline”. For info about Justin’s Guitar Rig, check out his rig rundown here.
Have you ever been in a service where the band/worship team seemed disconnected from the congregation? Mike introduces us to the term “Musical Communication” from the standpoint of a bass guitar player.
Lead Electric Guitar Tutorials for Kari Jobe’s version of “Forever”.
Where does your volume pedal belong on your board? Beginning? Middle? End? Bryan explains the difference between placement options and offers his opinion on this often debated matter.
Be sure to read the other posts in the FOH series! Running any sort of production, no matter the scale, is never a one-person job. The multitude if elements of any production need to flow together as seamlessly and effortlessly as possible. Understanding individual roles in the process can go a long way to achieving […]
As a marketplace artist and songwriter who came into the church and experienced worship music late in life, I began to notice something very curious that happens in the worship songwriting arena that. To put it gently, one would call it “overuse” of lyrics, but if we are to call it like it is, it […]
Part 1 of our Guitar Effects in Worship series. David provides some simple and easy tips for your guitar players to have the sound they desire, while still remaining appropriately ‘mixed’ in the song.
If you hang around musicians long enough, you’ll hear them talk about playing “the fifth” or “the fourth.” What are they referring to? These are degrees of the major scale. If you recall, the major scale (we’ll use C as an example) contains 7 notes: C D E F G A B If you number […]
Justin takes us through his entire electric guitar rig, from Guitars, to pedals, to amps. Great info on a solid setup on a budget!
The major scale contains 7 notes and forms the foundation for all other scales in western music. The seven notes of the major scale are a subset of the 12-note chromatic scale, which contains all of the notes used in western music. You’ve heard the major scale and already have it memorized vocally—it’s the “Do […]
Electric guitar lead tutorial for “Sinking Deep” by Hillsong Young & Free.
You’ll often hear musicians speak about “whole steps” or “half steps.” You may even hear them speak about “going up two steps” or “moving it down a step and a half.” What are they talking about? If you play your A string on the 3rd fret, then move up and play it on the 4th […]
Electric guitar lead tutorial for “Alive” by Hillsong Young & Free.
While music may seem like a very complex thing, it is derived from only 12 musical notes. If you want to play music, you must understand how these notes work, since notes are the ‘building blocks” of music. This lesson will give you a basic understanding of the 12 notes used in western music. These […]
In this video, Dustin explains how to interpret slash chords you will find on your chord charts, and how to assign them a number in the Nashville Number System based on how they are used in a song. Download the chart for Hillsong’s “Forever Reign” in C here to follow along. Forever Reign-C (Rhythm Chart)
There’s a major problem facing the church, one of such severe magnitude that we all must take action now! Back-up vocalists are singing too much. Ok, so maybe the issue isn’t as big as I said, but still, can we discuss? When serving as a vocalist on a worship team we are either vocally leading […]
Dustin discusses octaves, scale degrees, and practical applications for the Nashville Number system. Download Charts mentioned in this lesson: Our God Charts Head here for part 2 of the lesson series!
Hey guys! Welcome to my 2014 setup. Im REALLY liking what I have here. This will be a run down of how I use my board. Please note that this has all been a huge hunt for tone that suits ME. This is by no means the rules of setting up a pedalboard or things […]
In its most simple terms, equalization (or EQ, for short) refers to the boosting of desired frequencies and cutting of undesirable frequencies on a given audio signal. In broader usage, it can be used to correct specific problems on that signal, to overcome deficiencies in the frequency response of a microphone (or the timbre of […]
That question has so many answers I can’t even begin to cover all of the details in one post. So, let’s call this a primer to getting started on recording your worship band. I will share with you the things I wish someone had shared with me 10 years ago when I started this journey […]
Finding Your Song – Rob Carona To all you aspiring songwriters out there – I want to take this time to encourage you in your creative pursuits and give you helpful tips designed to set you up for success, each and every time you sit down to write. It is so important to be aware […]
Our vocalists have an interesting struggle, in that their instrument is their voice and their voice (or vocal chords) is a muscle. To achieve a greater sound from any instrument it needs to be taken care of. Just as a guitarist will show up on a Sunday morning, plug-in, and check the tuning on […]
Acoustic Guitar tutorial for Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) acoustic version off of Hillsong United’s Zion Acoustic Sessions. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to hear when new tutorials come out! We’d love to get you plugged in to the collective! Tab for this lesson here: Oceans-Acoustic Nashville chart for the whole song here: Oceans […]
Justin teaches “No One Higher” by North Point. The Mojo Hand FX Rook Overdrive is used in this tutorial. Click here to go get one yourself!
I get a lot of question on what EXACTLY MIDI is. I can say “I have a MIDI controller here, and this is sending MIDI notes to here, and then I have this MIDI drum pad here, and that is sending a MIDI Program Change to here” and once I finish my sentence, I get […]
The most important thing that we as audio engineers do is get signal from instrument to speakers. But to do that, the signal (at its most basic level) must first pass from the instrument into a microphone or DI box, down a line, through a snake, into a console, into a preamp, through an equalizer, […]
In our last post we talked about showing the members of our worship teams some appreciation and encouragement. This topic may seem like one that doesn’t need much discussion, but with all of the logistics that go into planning, rehearsing, and then leading a worship service, our team members can easily get left behind. Below […]
DMX, side light, top light, front light, wash, LED, conventional, Socopex, Edison, dimmer, color wheel, gobo, 3 face, 5 face… It is basically a full time job just to keep up with all the terms and slang in the lighting world. 80% of churches don’t have the budget to hire a full time lighting designer. […]
Electric guitar lead tutorial for “Go” by Hillsong United from their album Aftermath.
This lesson focuses on finger dexterity and introduces the hammer-on and pull-off.
This lesson teaches the note names on the 5th and 6th strings
Building on the Previous lesson, this lesson teaches the 6th string major scale.
This simple scale can be moved all over the fretboard.
Electric guitar lead tutorial for “Wake” by Hillsong Young & Free.
Be sure to check out the previous posts in FOH 101: Microphone Selection, Microphone Placement, and Compressors and Limiters. NOISE GATES Noise gates are a Front-of-House engineer’s best friend. Their ability to clean up an audio signal, reduce noise, and make the mix sound crisp and clear is unrivaled. Adding a gate to an audio […]
COMPRESSORS AND LIMITERS Military communications during the Second World War were, at best, strained. Equipment of the time could not properly transmit the quieter sounds of the human voice over the sounds of battle because they were drowned out by the louder gunfire noises and explosions. New technology had to be developed so that radio […]
Having a clear vision and direction for our songwriting teams is essential for producing great songs for the church. The Bible reminds us of this in Proverbs 29:18 (KJV) when it says, “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” Our songwriting teams will never reach their full potential unless we as leaders communicate […]
BASIC MICROPHONE PLACEMENT Now that we’re able to make informed decisions in regards to selecting the best microphone for the job, we’re ready to place them on the instrument to get the best possible sound. As with microphone selection, placement of the microphone largely comes down to personal preference and how they sound in your […]
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Today we have more worship music available to us than any other time in history. We can find an unlimited amount of worship music online from popular Christian and Worship recording artists. Churches of all sizes are writing, recording and putting out great worship songs. Not to mention all the great indie artists out there […]
HOW MICROPHONES WORK A microphone is a form of transducer, or a device that changes one form of energy into another corresponding form of energy. The same way that the magnets in guitar pickups turn the vibration of the strings into electrical energy, the microphone turns changes in air pressure into an electrical signal. That […]
Throughout college, I had the privilege to play at many different venues, churches; as well as helping others constructing their keyboard rigs so that they were usable and reliable. Personally, I’ve had my fair share of controllers, keyboards, stage pianos, vintage boards, and effects. I have come to be content with what is involved in […]
Lesson 6 PDF – C – G7 You’ll find that you’ll be using the C for a long time. The G7 not so much but it helps for this exercise.
Lesson 5 PDF – D – A7 Be sure to spend time between each chord. Make sure each note rings out.
Lesson 4 PDF – G – D7 This lesson teaches two simple chords using only four strings. Spend time going between each chord to build up speed. Leave a comment below if you have any questions.
Lesson 3 PDF – E – Am Two chords with the same shape. Be sure to spend time going back and forth and be sure to use a metronome.
Lesson 2 PDF – Chromatic Scale This scale will serve you for the life of your guitar playing career. It may seem daunting at first but I promise it will become easier if you apply yourself and follow the guidelines given in the video. Start with just the top string and don’t add other strings […]
Lesson PDF: Lesson 1 – Standard Guitar Tuning You have to make sure that your guitar is appropriately tuned and ready to go. Invest in a quality tuner to make sure that you’re starting from the right place. This tutorial teaches you how to tune with a tuner as well as how to begin tuning by […]
Electric Guitar tutorial on using ambient swells to create atmosphere and fill space in a worship set. Uses only a volume pedal (Ernie Ball VP Jr) a delay pedal (MXR Carbon Copy Analog delay) and a reverb pedal (Strymon Blue Sky). Here’s Jon teaching at a workshop! Be sure to check out the podcast where […]
Assessment is the Key to the Keys One situation will never be the same in the context of a musical worship band. Look at your instrumentation as well as the resources you have available. Not everyone has an electric guitarist with tons of delay pedals, also, not everyone has a Nord Stage 2 and a […]
Electric Guitar Lead tutorial for Man of Sorrows from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”
Bass Guitar tutorial for Man of Sorrows from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”
Bass Guitar Tutorial for “Closer” from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”
Electric Guitar Lead tutorial for Closer from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”
Bass Guitar Tutorial for “Christ Is Enough” from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”
Electric Guitar Lead tutorial for Christ Is Enough from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”
Lava Solderless Mini ELC patch cables are a fantastic product. They provide minimal tone loss and maximum space savings for your pedalboard, but putting them together can be very frustrating. After many failed attempts at making these cables, I finally found the method and I can now assemble my patch cables correctly every time. My method […]
Electric Guitar Lead tutorial for You Never Fail from Hillsong Live “Glorious Ruins”