#1
I write songs for my band of which I'm the lead singer and rythym guitarist; however, I can't (Or very rarely) seem to find a chord progression I like as it always sounds much better in my head.....would somebody be able to give me pointers in how to write a decent rock rythym guitar riff?
Last edited by JK01 at Jun 1, 2010,
#2
Well if you train your ear more you could identify the notes you hear in your head it will be easy for you to transcribe it to guitar/
Chord progression for rock arent that complicated,Use the pent scale or min/maj and think about one using the degrees of the scales,Add in some power chords and you have a chord progression,Most of them arent that complicated.
#5
I'd say try to strum some chord while you sing and choose which suits better
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#6
thanks for the advice guys, put it all to work and got an amazing acoustic rock song. hoping that once the lyrics are fully written I might work shop it with the band =)
#7
Sing the notes. Your voice is tied in to your inner ears and that makes your ear training more definite.
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#8
thanks bro =)
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