Everything Glorious in guitar acoustic version can be one of the good song you loved. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Everything Glorious by David Crowder Band” using guitar too. Yup .. this song by may also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to understand its guitar chords.

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Yeah,Ya, guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Everything Glorious music.

“Everything Glorious” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Remedy (2007)” album.

Everything Glorious by David Crowder Band Guitar Chords

David Crowder Band

CAPO 1 for both guitars

Intro:
Guitar 1:
[C] [G] [F]


e[---------------------------------------------------]
B[---------------------------------------------------]
G[------------------------------0h20-0-0h2p0-0h2p0-0-]
D[-----0h2p0-0-----0h2p0-0--3-3----------------------] (3x)
A[-3-3-----------------------------------------------]
E[-------------3-3-----------------------------------]

Verse 1:
Guitar 1: Intro Riff (4x)
Guitar 2: C C/G F (4x) hit the bass note, and strum the higher notes

Chorus:
Guitar 1: C G F (4x)
Guitar 2:
[C] [G] [F]


e[-3-----3-----3---1-----1--------]
B[---5-----3-----3---1-----1------]
G[-----5-----4---------2-----2/5--]
D[--------------------------------] (4x) during the last time,
A[--------------------------------] don't slide back up to 5,
E[--------------------------------] just end on the 2.

Interlude:
Guitar 1: Intro riff (2x)
Guitar 2:


e[-------------------------------3-----------------------------]
B[-1p0h1-1p0h1-1h3---1p0h1-1p0h1---1'--1p0h1-1p0h1-1h3-----1/8-]
G[-----------------------------------------------------2p0-----]
D[-------------------------------------------------------------]
A[-------------------------------------------------------------]
E[-------------------------------------------------------------]

Verse 2:
Guitar 1: same as Verse 1 (intro riff)
Guitar 2: same as Verse 1, except play power chords (not open chords)

Chorus:
Same as first chorus

Bridge:
Guitar 1: plays chords on top of the following tab
Guitar 2: plays the following tab (NOT relative to capo)

[Am] [(F)] [G] [C]


e[---9-----9-----9---9h11-----11-----11---9/13-------13-------13-----]
B[-9---9-9---9-9---9------9-9----9-9----9------14-14----14-14----14--]
G[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
D[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
A[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
E[-------------------------------------------------------------------]

[G] [(F)]


e[-16-------13-------13----]
B[----14-14----14-14----14-]
G[-------------------------] Guitar 1 plays an F
D[-------------------------] (2x) instead of an Am the second
A[-------------------------] time around
E[-------------------------]

You play that last bit one time through each ‘from glory, to glory…’ line, so a total
two times, then during the ‘which leads me to believe…’ part, both guitars hold the F
until the chorus…

Chorus (2x):
same as the first chorus, but play it through twice

Outro:
Guitar 1: Intro riff (4x) end on C
Guitar 2: Chorus riff (4x) end on xxx553 (single strum)
—————–

If you wanna study David Crowder Band Everything Glorious guitar chords, you should to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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