Double Trouble

Here’s a FREE online guitar lesson on how to avoid “double trouble” on the worship team.  “What kind of trouble?” you may ask… If you have 2 acoustic guitarists on your worship team it can be pretty tricky to figure out a distinct part for each guitarist to play.  Especially if you’ve never explored the guitar south of the 3rd fret.  Let’s suppose your worship leader leads with guitar and they have the 1st position chords all locked up – like G, C, D, Em.  As the No. 2 player, you’re not sure what to play.  Do you just double up on the same chords, pick some lame arpeggio or play the tonic note once in a while?  Wouldn’t it be a better team approach if you could add your own unique chord voicing that fit beautifully with the rest of the band?  What if I told you that you could make your guitar sound almost like a mandolin?  Interested???  Click here to go to the Free Video Page on my new website.  Or you can watch the video right from this post.  Be sure to download the companion PDF!  Please let me know what you think of the lesson and if you found it helpful.  Blessings to you and your worship teams!  I’m leaving in the morning for NWLC 2012 – maybe we’ll see some of you in KC!