#1
I know this sounds weird, but this has been happening to me lately. ill write a pretty cool riff, or song or something, then later, ill be listening to music, thinking "wow this is such a cool/band, i wish i could be sound like this." that sounds like inspiration, but it just makes me feel like im not good enough at writing music. maybe i need to quit comparing myself to others, idk, has anyone else experience this?
#2
It's not a problem... it's called being human. Frequently I'll listen to other people's songs and think that "I'll never be at that level", or "I wish I could write like that", but I've come to realize that I have my own style for a reason and don't want to change it.

It'll take some time, but you'll eventually enjoy your own music for what it is rather than what it could be.
#3
everyone has that problem
usually when i write something by the end of it i hate it then i hear something else and i hear something else and thing why the hell cant i write something like that
#5
Dude, this happens to everyone, believe me. I've trained myself so when i get that feeling, it makes me want to practice three hours a day until I write something as good as what i heard. I recommend it to every musician.