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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question…
Q: I’m in a serious guitar & songwriting rut. I know the basic scales and I have a decent sense of rhythm. But, every time I go to compose a new riff for a song I feel that what I’m playing sounds really boring and lifeless. I feel like I’m really getting sick of hearing my guitar composing sound the same day after day. Any tips that you’d have to help me out with my guitar-based songwriting would be wickedly appreciated!
James — Raleigh, NC. USA
A: There are many musicians who – after moving through the process of learning their; scales, chords, harmonies and playing techniques — and who then move onto first transcribing and ultimately composing their own musical pieces — will often go through a period of feeling stuck! There’s no need to be discouraged, after I discuss a number of obvious points associated to this topic, I’m quite positive that you’ll have a bunch of new directions to take with your songwriting. These ideas should help to break you out of any rut that you perhaps feel that you’re in right now! In the video I zoom in on the guitar neck and run through six songwriting concepts players can begin including in their development (or perhaps we might call it the, “re-development,”) of your current song writing skill-set.
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