Worship Electric Guitar

Worship Electric Guitar

Ready for something a little different today? We are going to be doing the lesson in two parts!Check out Part 1: Power Chords And now for Part 2: Hook Lines I hope you guys enjoyed this lesson! If you want the tabs, just click the button below:...
How To: Open Triads & Ambient Tone

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 - the kind of sound that mimics the ambient sound of the keyboard. We are going to be looking at:USING OPEN TRIADS!So what I’m going to do is clean out my tone completely...
Meet The Team

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 make the best Nutella brownies on the planet!Armand VermaakVIDEO/PRODUCTIONI'm from Phalaborwa (pronounced - Pal-a-boar-a) and I...
Make Your Guitar Talk: Essential Articulation

Make Your Guitar Talk: Essential Articulation

IntroIn this lesson we’ll be learning about the 5 types of articulation you need to give your playing a more lyrical quality.Remember, the more your playing can emulate the human voice, the greater the impact will be on your listeners because you’ll sound way more...
Guitar Gym “Chromatic Pattern Collection”

Guitar Gym “Chromatic Pattern Collection”

IntroIn this lesson I’ve got some cool chromatic exercises for you.Make sure you sign up for the 24 different chromatic fingering patterns......these exercises will really dial in your left and right hand synchronization.Let’s get to it! If you’d like to get a PDF...
Guitar Gym “Chordal Exercise”

Guitar Gym “Chordal Exercise”

IntroToday we’ll be looking at a cool chordal exercise to build strength and dexterity in your fretting hand.What we’ve got here is four chord shapes with some very specific finger movements.This is a very cool exercise so let’s break it down nice and slow! If you’d...
Spiced Up Voicings in A

Spiced Up Voicings in A

IntroDo you ever look for something more than just the standard open chords when you’re playing acoustic guitar?If yes, you’re in the right place!In today’s lesson we’ll be learning how to spice up basic open chords and we’re going to use a 4 1 5 6 progression in the...