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Melodic Movement in E
In this lesson we’ll be learning how to create melodic movement using some cool modern sounding open string shapes.We checked[...]
Spiced Up Voicings in E
In today’s lesson we’ll be learning how to spice up basic open chords.We’re going to use a 4156 progression in[...]
5 Things Every Worship Guitarist Needs To Prepare
We all know that in order to get the most out of the worship experience we need to be prepared.However[...]
Worship Electric Guitar Chords: Dual Guitar Parts
Coming up with dual guitar partsIn today’s lesson I’m going to show you something that’s loads of fun if you’re[...]
Worship Electric Guitar: Single Note Swells
Hey guys!In this lesson we’re looking at single note swells and a cool phrasing technique to add some melodic variety[...]
Worship Guitar Chords: Open Triads
Hey guys! In this lesson I’m going to be showing you the chord swells you just heard. I played them[...]
Worship Electric Guitar Technique (Rhythm + Lead)
Hey guys! In this lesson I am going to share one of my favorite rhythmic devices. This is based around[...]
Worship Electric Guitar
Ready for something a little different today? We are going to be doing the lesson in two parts! Check out[...]
Cool Chord Tone Trick – How To Play a Rhythm Solo
Today I am going to show you my favourite voicings to use when I’m using these big pads or swells[...]
How To Use Rhythmic Accents To Spice Up Your Playing
Today I am going to show you my favourite voicings to use when I’m using these big pads or swells[...]
How To: Open Triads & Ambient Tone
Today I am going to show you my favourite voicings to use when I’m using these big pads or swells[...]
Meet The Team
Charl CoetzeeCEODrinks way too much coffee and has a “bit” of an obsession with tone and pedals.Lise-Mari CoetzeeCHIEF CREATIVE OFFICERI[...]