The MESA CabClone is one of my favorite pieces of guitar gear. It allows you to get your full electric guitar sound through pedals and an amp into a direct output, which you can then run into whatever application you want. No more mic’ing cabs (or ridiculously loud amp volumes)
In this episode, Brian and Brian talk about some practical things we as worship leaders can do to raise the level of congregational engagement in our worship services. Video length: 38:26
Resources for Holy Spirit by Jesus Culture, including tutorial video, acoustic chord video, and chord charts
In this FAQ video, I tackle the following questions: Where is my home church/where do I lead worship? What are some of the best ways to use Pads live? How do I get people in the congregation to sing?
You Make Me Brave – Bethel Music. Acoustic video with chords, tutorial, charts, strumming pattern and more.
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Pursuit – Jesus Culture – Song video, tutorial, chord charts, strumming patterns, and other resources
Cheap guitars are great, especially when they sound, play, and feel good. The Xaviere line of guitars from Guitar Fetish are definitely in the budget category, but they seem to deliver quite well in tone and playability.
In this video I answer commonly asked questions, including what guitar I play, what gear I use to make videos, and if I’ll consider giving voice lessons.
Song video, tutorial, chord charts and more for Jesus Paid It All by Kristian Stanfill (Passion)
Tutorial, chord charts, song video, and more for Where Would I Be by NCC Worship
Even So Come is a great album by Passion, and this is the title track, sung by Chris Tomlin. It’s in 6/8 time, which gives it a bit different feel from the typical 4/4 song. Very sing-able and fun to play.