Chord Charts

Chord charts to accompany the Worship Backing Band MultiTracks and SplitTracks

We've two types of really simple, yet really sophisticated chord charts for some of our backing tracks. The first are "Super Chord Charts" and the second (a new product range) are "EveryKey Chord Charts".

The thing is most chord charts don’t give you enough information. They are OK as a guide if you know the song and the version of the song really well but what about the structure of the song? When does the double chorus happen? What about the arrangement when the drums drop out for two bars on verse 3? How do we communicate that? What about the bars and how do the musicians know when to change chord, especially if they haven’t got a full score of if they don’t read music? How do we know which chord to end on? What about the strumming pattern, or the drum groove? And what about if it’s played in a guitar unfriendly key and they need to transpose it for a capo? 

 

We've addressed all those questions in our "Super Chord Charts". You can download an interactive sample here. Run your mouseover the chart to have the different areas explained.

 

Each super chord chart features:guitar chord charts for worship songs

 

 

With Everykey Chord Charts you get a slightly different set of information:


EveryKey Chord Charts bridge the gap between basic chord charts and complex lead sheets and are great for:

 

Save when buying in bulk

Buy 10 or more chord charts (either type - you can mix and match) and get a 20% discount.

 

Chord charts currently available

Super Chord Chart format unless otherwise specified:

 
We are currently creating chord charts (now in the EveryKey format) for our entire backing track catalogue

 

Christmas Carol chord charts