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  • Lessons for Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Keys, Drums and Bass

"I’m well rested and ready to worship come Sunday morning, thanks to the Worship Artistry Team. Late nights figuring out parts are a thing of the past." —Tim

“As a new guitarist, the step-by-step guidance is priceless” -Joe

“An essential tool in my preparation.” - Joe

“Our worship team is better because of Worship Artistry” -Eden

“Worship Artistry helped me learn to play songs I thought were impossible.” -Bill

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With a Worship Artistry membership, you get:

  • Video tutorials for acoustic and electric guitar, drums, keys and bass.
  • Song lessons including videos, chord charts and sheet music
  • Lessons on music theory, style, gear and more.
  • Access to our expert instructors

The Green Room

Worship Artistry isn’t just about learning songs. We’re about growing people. Our members learn to think like musicians and play like leaders. Here are a few recent discussions from our community:

You get full access to participate in The Green Room community with your free Worship Artistry account.


3 Tips on Playing For Prayer

Don't be a distraction.

There are often moments in a worship set where someone is talking, praying or just waiting to go into the next song where we are tasked with playing background music. While there are no hard and fast rules on what you should play, here are a few ideas to keep you from becoming a distraction.


How To Think Like A Drummer

Part 1: Playing To The Room

You can learn every kick pattern and cymbal crash, but music should and always will be an art. In this series we are talking about what it takes to go from playing drums to being a drummer.


Play Like A Synth Bass

Wake Up

So many songs in modern worship either replace the bass or augment the bass with keyboard. Fear not! We can create a similar tone by using octaves. In this video I'll show you how. Once you've got the idea try using it in the lesson for Wake by Hillsong Young And Free. 


How To Play Auxiliary Keys

Strategically Supportive Sounds

There’s more to being an auxiliary keyboard player than you think. All too often, keyboardists approach playing a secondary part like the primary, but if we’re not careful, this could be detrimental to what’s happening musically. So what should an aux keys player play? What sounds should they use? And what advice is there for playing ‘second fiddle?' Check it out here in this video blog.

The Best Learning Environment Online

Worship Artistry lessons are the easiest way to learn new music. Try a preview of a full lesson.

  • Master recordings mean you’ll be playing along with the artist.
  • Video instructions, sheet music, chord diagrams and charts for every song.
  • Arrangements for solo leaders and small teams provided for each song

You’ve got the heart, we’ll teach you the skill.

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  • Tablets: Works on Apple (iOS) devices and Android devices that support h264 playback.
  • Phones: Works on Apple (iOS) devices and Android devices that support h264 playback.

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