Posted by: worshipguitarguy | March 25, 2007

Acoustic Guitar Resources

Hey y’all,

 I’ve been pulling out my acoustic a bit more lately just working on my technique…  and it got me thinking… thinking to ask something of y’all.  If you know of some awesome online acoustic resources for learning, leave a link to them in the comments section.  I’d love to get a list of resource sites for all the acoustic players out there. 



  1. my buddy, tom strahle, in southern california has been putting together tips for worshipping guitar players for years. he actually hasn’t updated this page for a long time but there are some great tips here for all kinds of guitarists, acoustic included.

    any of the links on his page that has an A in front of it is for acoustic players.

  2. oops…forgot to close the bold tag after the A.

  3. I run a guitar related blog at It’s not exclusive on acoustic guitar, but there may be a few things to pick up. I do free playalongs for folks to practice and plan on growing the blog. Check it out, you never know what kind of stuff you’ll find. Last week’s playalong is Crossroads in acoustic. Among several music projects, I play in a worship band for kids.


  4. Here is a site for you to check out:

    The Video Tabs Archive helps people learn how to play popular songs with free video lessons and tabs. I think it’d be useful information for your readers.

  5. Check out Great guitar lessons resource.



  6. Here’s a link to Paul Baloche’s DVDs. They’re not free, but certainly worthwhile:

  7. Lindsay, thanks for sharing! I’ve seen several of Paul Baloche’s videos and there full of solid information. He’s great at communicating stuff very simply and clearly.

  8. I lead worship at a church that is doing contemporary style yet moving toward more progressive styles (Shust, Leeland,Waller & Casting C) and some secular tunes in our future. My instrument of choice is the acoustic but I know it just isn’t going to cut it for some of the driving numbers. Any suggestions on electric guitar, amp and effects setup?

  9. Hey everyone, I’m a worship leader of over 15 years. About 10 years ago I felt led to learn a trade, which led me to Luthurie (guitar making). I’m now building 1 to 2 guitars a month, and just updated my website. I love to know what you all think.

  10. I teach guitar at Christ For the Nations Institute in Dallas and I just launched a website with some articles and a few video lessons. I’ll be posting lots more stuff in the near future.

  11. I know this is an old post, but I have a site I’m building out that is dedicated to acoustic guitar for worship. Check it out here if you’re interested:

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