Each individual lesson teaches you a well known worship song. Even if you know how to play the song already you’ll pick up a host of new tips and ideas in these lessons from Musicademy’s Andy Chamberlain. Download the entire Collection now.
The lessons are each between 25 and 45 minutes long (you can watch a sample of one of the lessons iin the video clip above) and include:
Agnus Dei (Allelujah) – Michael W Smith
This lesson explores strumming patterns that work over the changing time signatures that this song brings plus you’ll learn some usable one finger chord changes in the key of G.
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone ) – Isaac Watts, Chris Tomlin
In this lesson you’ll not only learn a great set of cheat chords in the of E, including a brilliant cheat for E/G# but also a set of ‘one finger change’ cheat shapes based around C that with a capo sound perfect for delicate songs in the key of E.
Better is One Day– Matt Redman
This lesson combines learning a great strumming pattern for syncopated songs alongside another usable set of cheat chords in the of E, include a cheat for E/G#.
Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me) – John Wilbur Chapman, Mark Hall, Michael Bleecker
In this lesson you’ll learn some alternative one finger chord changes in the key of G alongside a capo that move smoothly from one shape to the next including Cmaj7.
How Can I Keep from Singing – Ed Cash, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin
This lesson combines approaching songs in 6/8 time signature with strumming patterns that split up playing the treble and bass strings to give a more percussive sound. You’ll also learn some more one finger chord changes in the key of G alongside a capo.
The Power of The Cross – Stuart Townend and Keith Getty
This monster of a lesson shows you how to approach playing hymns with quick chord changes on guitar, and because the song changes key for the final chorus you’ll learn these quick change chord shapes in both the C and D based shapes. Not for beginning guitarists!
Forever Reign – Jason Ingram, Reuben Morgan
This lesson combines learning chord shapes with easy changes in the key of C including a great cheat for the F chord without having to play a barre chord, plus learning strumming patterns that change between verse and chorus.
Jesus Messiah – Chris Tomline, Ed Cash, Daniel Carson, Jesse Reeves
This lesson explores sets of chord shapes not only in the key of G but also a set of open chords that sound rich and full in the key of B without having to use a capo. Plus you’ll learn some strumming pattern ideas for for rocky driven songs.
I am a Friend of God – Israel Houghton and Michael Gungor
This lesson explores learning cheat chords in the key of D including a cheat for Bm without having to play a barre chord. Plus you’ll learn how to approach 8th note strumming patterns for using over fast songs.
(Hallelujah) Your Love is Amazing – Brenton Brown, Brian Doerksen
Set of new one finger chord changes in the key of E without having to move up and down the guitar neck including A/C# and B/D# plus strumming patterns for pushed syncopated songs.
Let God Arise – Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves
This lesson combines exploring some unusual cheat chords like G/F plus strumming patterns for fast songs that work over two bars and learning the song’s riff on acoustic.
O Praise Him – David Crowder
This lesson explores changing 8th and 16th note strumming and finger picking pattern options for songs with wide dynamics alongside move usable cheat chords in G.
Your Name – Paul Baloche, Glenn Packiam
In this lesson you’ll learn some one finger chord changes in the key of G alongside a capo that move smoothly from one shape to the next.
Lead Me to the Cross – Brooke Fraser
This lesson explores using C based chord shapes for songs written in the key of D alongside some changing strumming patterns and learning the intro riff played on acoustic guitar, note for note.
Our God Saves – Paul Baloche, Brenton Brown
This lesson combines learning chord shapes in the key of C including a great cheat for the F chord without having to play a barre chord, with right hand strumming techniques including palm muting to add tension and release.
Here I am to Worship – Tim Hughes
This lesson explores using a set of alternative C based chord shapes for delicate songs in the key of E alongside learning a strumming pattern that splits up playing treble and bass strings to give more percussive sounds.
Jesus Paid It All – Alex Nifong
This lesson explores using right hand damping techniques to create tension and release alongside some one finger change cheat chords in G. You’ll also learn the song’s riff or motif note for note.
You Alone Can Rescue – Matt Redman
In this lesson you’ll learn how to add up strums into a strumming pattern to create movement and dynamics plus some one finger chord changes in the key of G alongside a capo that move smoothly from one shape to the next.
Your Love Never Fails – Anthony Skinner, Chris McClarney (Jesus Culture)
This lesson combines exploring some variations in the way simple chords are played to create lighter and darker sounds and varying strumming patterns to reflect a song’s dynamics.
10,000 Reasons – Matt Redman
This lesson shows you two ways to play this song using both E and C based chord shapes to give differing sounds and dynamics.
Why are these lessons not available on DVD?
Unfortunately we ran into a problem with one of our cameras while recording these lessons which was not picked up until the edit stage. This has resulted in one of the 3 camera angles sometimes showing a slightly out-of-focus image. The learning is still the same but as the picture quality is sometimes not up to Musicademy’s normal high standards we decided not to release this series to DVD. Rather than scrap the footage we’ve made it available as a lower cost, download-only product. You can watch the sample video for an idea of the quality of the content.