Equipping guitarists to grow in their craft, and serve their church, community, and the world.
5 Common Mistakes Worship Guitar Players Make
I've made tons of mistakes a worship guitar player and have seen others make mistakes as well. Today, we are going to look at the top 5 common mistakes I've made and have seen other worship guitar players make. Are you making one or more of these...
What Is Musicianship And How Do We Develop It?
You've probably heard the term "musicianship" before but what it is? Maybe you kind of know what it is but it's a little vague. Today, we are breaking down musicianship and discuss ways for us to develop it and become better musicians. Don't forget to...
What To Do If You're Stuck In A Rut
We all find ourselves in a rut from time to time. What can we do to get "unstuck" and keep moving forward? Today, I have 5 ideas that will help get your mind and your playing outside of the box that you may feel trapped in.
Should You Learn Music Theory?
Music theory can be intimidating to a lot of guitar players and musicians. There's also an argument that music theory isn't necessary and can even ruin the "feel" of music. Spoiler alert: I think music theory can actually be helpful and in this episode,...
Songwriting & Worship Leading, with Collin Johnson
Ever think about getting into songwriting or worship leading? In this episode, I have a conversation with my good friend Collin Johnson who's not only a great guitar player but a fantastic worship leader and songwriter.
6 Habits For Growth As A Guitarist
What habits do you have in place that will gradually make you a better player? Habits are powerful and can lead to results, both good and bad. Let's talk about habits and how they can help you become a better player.
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Relevant & Insightful
As a church guitarist there are so many resources online to try and craft your sound. What I like about the Elevate Guitar Podcast is Ryan’s straightforward insight to the foundation of getting great tone! I tried a few of his tips and tricks and it made an immediate difference in my sound! I also like his take on the digital vs. analog debate, it’s given me some things to think about as I consider that transition.
I think the thing that strikes me most about this show is that Ryan approaches the subject from a place of personal experience. He’s like me showing up for church and playing to serve the Lord. But he draws on his knowledge from playing professionally and that adds a bonus element for me.
I would recommend this podcast for anyone who’s looking, or is already plays guitar in church, and I look forward to each episode as they come out.
Real Deal Heart for Equipping Gutiar Players!
Ryan is talking about stuff that is very needed in this space. It is not just quick tips and tricks that guitar players often want, but things that will up a guitar players game in the long haul. Things like habits and effective practice tips to develop. Knowing Ryan in person, his heart for equipping fellow guitar players and sharing his valuable experience and knowledge really comes through on his podcast. If you are a guitar player starting out or even an experienced player, you will benefit greatly from listening to this podcast as I have. Looking forward to elevating my own playing!