Intermediate Acoustic Worship Guitar - Part 3 - Substitute chords & tricks in G

Intermediate Acoustic Worship Guitar - Part 3 - Substitute chords & tricks in G

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55 minutes of worship guitar lessons in a 845MB video download.


This lesson includes:



  • Using substitute chords in G 

  • Alan Frow how do you choose songs for a worship set

  • Cheat and substitute chords in G 

  • More licks and tricks in G 

  • Tre Sheppard on what to do if your congregation doesn't like contemporary worship

  • Acoustic guitar buyers guide 

  • 55 minutes, 845MB video download


This is where we start to explore useful chords for acoustic guitarists. We set the scene by working through a whole set of cheat or substitute chords that work together well in the familiar key of G. We then explore some really useable licks and tricks in G, have some great congregational worship tips and finally and acoustic guitarists buyers guide. 


Taken from Musicademy's Intermediate Acoustic Worship Course DVDs. Teaching by Andy Chamberlain, co-founder of Musicademy, guitarist for Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Brenton Brown, Vicky Beeching and many others.


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