The Greenroom

Playing On Easter?

Read this.

With Easter being this Sunday, I wanted to offer a brief word of encouragement to all who are playing for worship.

Strengthen Your Non-Dominant Hand

Try this exercise this week

It never hurts to work on the fundamentals and this little exercise can help. Get control of your non-dominant hand.

G7th Performance 3 Review

Does this capo keep your guitar in tune?

Jason gives the G7th Performance 3 capo a review and tests the Adaptive Radius Technology.

A Bit on Slap Technique

A quirky little bass trick, demystified.

Daniel demystifies the slap technique for bass guitar.

Worshipping From The Heart

Ryan digs into what it means to worship from the heart, soul, mind, and strength.

Worship is debated, talked about, discussed. And something that is happening all the time. In fact it’s something that every person on earth does. Everyone worships something! Over the next few weeks, I want to explore what exactly worship is and how it affects both our daily lives and corporate gatherings. 

Leslie Jordan On Transition

Podcast #91

WE ARE BACK! Former co-leader of All Sons and Daughters, Leslie Jordan joins the show to discuss stepping away from a successful band and being called into something new. Jason and Daniel answer member mail on choosing songs that fit your congregation.

Fix Your Chord Changes With This One Simple Tip

Master your guitar chord transitions. (Hint: it's not about speed.)

Nearly every guitar beginner struggles with chord transitions, but mastering your changes might be easier than you think.  Here's the tip every guitar player you know forgot to tell you.

New Crash, New Crush

Josh reviews his new ride cymbal by Heartbeat Percussion.

I’ve recently purchased some new cymbals and I wanted to share.

Playing With Patience

Extending Dynamics

Surrounded (Fight My Battles) is a song that builds forever. Jason shows you some ways you can extend songs like that with a solo acoustic leader.

Member Mail 2019

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Subdivisions Simplified, Part 2

Shape the dynamics of the bass line simply by changing note subdivision and accents.

Changing your subdivision frequency is a simple, but surprisingly effective way to create more dynamics on the bass. Up your subdivision to eighth or even sixteenth notes to drive the song more. Or, shape the landscape of the whole song by accenting specific beats within the subdivision in one section of the song. Put it into practice with Hillsong's New Wine.