#1
hi ive been writing this rock song and have come to a writers block can anyone help

the progression is

verse e, a, e, a, db, f#, b, b+
chorus dbm, f#m, dbm, f#m (i need four more chords that go with this)
bridge (i dont know where to go but it needs to be a 16 bar phrase)
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#2
okay, im guessing B+ = b augmented. nice one, less genereic =]

well, i think its something you you write yourself, but if it were my song, id go with

dbm, f#m, dbm, f#m, Bbmaj7, G9, F#(NOT minor, major), F#

to me it sounds good; becuase you go from having F and D change from major to minor, i think this fits. This is a bit more experimental, but whatever, 5th chord rock songs are shite.

But seriously, if I were you, I'd ignore this advise, because A: what ive just suggested is seriously weird for a normal rock song (although I kinda like it), and B: you should write your own stuff, just study what chords are in the song and the scale that song uses =], and youll be able to write much easier.

writers block is a pain and all, but if i were you, id use the above as a VERY rough guideline.
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Last edited by Banjocal at Aug 4, 2010,
#3
on the chorus i added a Bbm and Em but still need a few more ideas
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#4
you are in the key of E its not dbminor its c#minor sorry to be nit picky

instead of a B+ try a B7b5

try these chords for the Chorus c#minor-F#(major)-c#minor-F#-G#-A