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Chords for Christian Praise Songs
The Christian praise genre utilizes many of the same chord progressions found in most pop/rock
songs. Playing praise music is relatively straightforward. In fact even one set of chords can get
you through quite a few worship tunes, and will get you started playing worship music.
If you are starting out with worship music, try learning this chord progression on the guitar. Start
with your index finger on the A string on the seventh fret, ring finger on the D string, ninth fret
and the pinky on the G string, ninth fret. This is an easy E chord position that you can slide up
and down the neck for most of the chords you need. Slide the position to the second fret (leading
with the index finger) for a B chord, and two frets higher for a C#minor. Remove your index
finger and slide the two remaining fingers to the second fret for a nice sounding A chord.
Experiment with this position and you will find quite a few useful chords for worship.
Once you learn four or five chords in the key of E, move on to some chords in G. Start with your
middle finger on the low E string, third fret. Place your ring finger on the B string on the same
fret and your pinky on the high E string, same fret. This is a very commonly used G chord. Move
your middle finger to the A sting and you instantly have a C chord. More chords can be formed
from small movements, but learning them is beyond the scope of this article.
For people who have difficulties visualizing gutiar chords and memorizing them, guitar chord
charts will be very helpful for you. You can download these guitar chord charts anywhere on the
internet and they are usually available for free. If you are sta