Acoustic Guitar

Tutorials

My lips will shout for joy,
when I sing praises to you; my soul also,
which you have redeemed.

Psalm 71:23

Transposing on Guitar:

If you need to reference chord shapes or scales, or just need more practice, check out www.guitar-chords.org.uk. They have chord diagrams, scales, arpeggios, and other resources that will help create a good foundation for guitar playing.
I would also encourage you to download the GuitarTuna app(iTunes, Google Play, Windows App) if you haven’t already. Not only is it a useful on-hand tuner, but it has a library of chord shapes and inversions too.

Stage Set-Up

Check to make sure the XLR that belongs to your instrument is plugged into the output on the back of your DI box, and your quarter-inch plugged into the input. If you’re using a Line 6 POD or other multi-effects pedal, plug the XLR straight into the pedalboard. Only plug in your instrument when the band is muted on the soundboard.

Stage Tear-Down

After the last live set for a weekend (usually Sunday), you are required to clean up your area. Wrap up any cables neatly, and place the quarter-inches with their DI boxes so they're always together. Everything should be put at the back of the stage, and any loose XLR's should be wrapped up neatly.
We do this because other ministries (small groups, training, etc.) use the stage and equipment during the week when we aren’t there. We want to make sure we leave them the most organized and easiest set up possible. This also reduces set up time needed before practices because all the cables are ready to use with no hassle.

How your area should not look:

How your area should look: