December is here and this weekend we’re talking Christmas songs.
Learn to play My Victory by Crowder, including chord charts, acoustic guitar tutorial video, our own version of the song and a full multitrack.
In the Helix FAQ series I answer some commonly asked questions about the Line 6 Helix. I use IR Cabs in pretty much all my patches, and typically I’ll run two IR cabs per patch (basically like taking one amp and running it to two cabs). I detail which cabs I use in this post.
This weekend we continue our talk about in-ear monitors. In the last Vlog, many of you expressed that you’d like to move to IEM’s in your church, but are encountering resistance. Either by church leadership or by your team. This is a tricky and delicate subject, and we address how to handle it in this video.
Our own simplified arrangement of How Great Thou Art. Resources: Song Video // Tutorial Video // Multitrack // Chord Charts
I get asked often how I run the Helix live and in the studio, and how I like to hook it up when I create new patches. My setup is about as simple as it gets, but there are a few things to consider when setting up patches.
This weekend we talk about in-ear monitors.
Learn to play Behold (Then Sings My Soul) by Hillsong Worship. Includes Chord Charts, tutorial video, and a song video and multitrack of our own unique arrangement of this song.
The Shelton GalaxyFlite Super III might be the coolest Jazzmaster style guitar I’ve ever played. Tons of versatility and tonal options, and second to none build quality.
In all my patches, I like to map 4 effects to a single footswitch and call it ‘Swells’. From there, simply hit the button, use the volume pedal to create swells and listen to the beautiful ambience.
In this weekend’s vlog, we talk a bit about how preparation places you in a position to capitalize on opportunity. When opportunity presents itself (and it will), you need to be prepared to take it.
One of the most frequently asked questions I see about the Helix is this: “Should I sell all my gear and buy a Helix?”. The answer is complicated – check out the video to see my thoughts.