Creating guitar parts for worship: Effects and Timbre [Video]

Here’s Matt Isaac’s fourth video exploring ways of creating electric guitar parts in worship.

Effects and timbre for electric guitar in worship

Key points covered in this video:

  • Different tones to different strings
  • Where are you picking, warm or bright?
  • Picking dynamics
  • How can you shape a part with pickup choice?
  • Effects can enhance what you want your part to do
  • Use effects to create different textures and contrasts, can be effective whilst keeping the guitar material the same

Video 4: Effects and Timbre in Worship


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Matt-IsaacBased in London and the South of England, Matt Isaac is a composer, arranger and trained guitarist working across many genres, both within and outside of the UK.

Matt studied classical guitar with Alexander Levtov and completed a first class degree in both performance and composition at the University of Chichester, where he was a prizewinner in the Robert Headley Memorial award.

Matt is a member of Westminster Chapel, London where he is involved with the worship team and musical projects.

Matt’s website is