God is Able

By JP



Key: B

Main chord progression: B F# G#m E

Intro
Here's what I played in the intro part:

e--------------------11-12-12-11-
B-14p12-12-14-14p12--------------
G--------------------------------
D--------------------------------
A--------------------------------
E--------------------------------


e-------------------------------
B-14p12-12-14-14p12----------12-
G--------------------11-13-13---
D-------------------------------
A-------------------------------
E-------------------------------

Line during verse:

e------7-4-6---------
B--2s4---------------
G--------------------
D--------------------
A--------------------
E--------------------


First (quiet) Chorus:

e----------------------------------
B---12-14-12---------12-14-12---12-
G-11---------11----11---------9----
D----------------------------------
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------

e--------------------------------
B---12-14-12-11----12-14-12---12-
G-11-------------11---------9----
D--------------------------------
A--------------------------------
E--------------------------------

Big Chorus
e------------------------------------------
B--11-11--12-12-12-12--14-14--12-12-12-12--
G--11-11--11-11-11-11--11-11--11-11-11-11-- x4
D------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------

Final part of the line:

e--------------11-11-11--9--9--9---
B--9-9--12-12--12-12-12--12-12-12--
G--9-9--9--9-----------------------
D----------------------------------
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------

Instrumental

e--14--12--11--9--7--4----14--11--9--12--
B----------------------------------------
G--11--9---8---6--3--4----11--8---6--9---
D----------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------
(each octave is played a number of times)

Bridge

B F# G#m F# E

8 comments:

Mattio said...

pretty decent, but the intro would sound MUCH better with a delay

JP said...

I am using a DD-5 delay in this - however it is a background delay. If you listen carefully to the song you will hear that it isn't a long delay at all. Nigel / Timon are using their pedals to create that tone.

Nelson said...

hey man i think the first tab you tabbed it out wrong it says to pluck the D string for the second part of the song but it sounds like its a G string back to the root on B12, just an fyi...thanks for the great lesson man! your rock!

kdo8 said...

This version is better haha

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=iv&list=PL8DF310726B01FE08&index=0&src_vid=QKxijeQLbP8&v=5mZqFeB8aFk&annotation_id=annotation_254758

Kiborojh said...

Thank you for helpful instruction.
Could you please tab for chord-stroke? For example I only know "C" chords is 050310 or 335553. I realize hillsong utilize other shape of chord around 10-14frets. I am eager to understand these chords. It would be appreciated.

Alex Greve said...

Kiborojh - try this for the bridge chords:

e| x x x x x
B| x 9 11 9 7
G| 9 9 x 9 7
D| 11 11 11 11 9
A| 12 11 12 11 9
E| x x x x x


hopefully that comes out legible in the comment box :)

Alex Greve said...

that didn't come out with all the spaces I typed! You might have to paste to a word doc or something to get them to stack right...

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