This is a video I made for “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” using the leadsheet from my previous post. The first run-through is pretty basic, but I added some simple rhythmic embellishment to the second run-through. The chord voicings are limited to the first string-set mostly (strings 1-3). This is by design, to make things as simple as possible in the beginning.
In future posts, I’ll present material for doing the same thing with other string sets. I’ll also be posting other videos, which are more casual one-offs, and which will utilize multiple string sets, the way you would when arranging for ease of playing and for keeping things in fewer positions on the neck. This example is mainly to illustrate what can be done with very few chord voicings, in playing a chord solo version of a song.