#1
have any of you ever practiced something enough to start disliking the sound of it?

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#2
yeah! i learnt panic attack-dream theater and i hate it! i practised for a long time and the song officially sucks...
#3
Well, certainly not intentionally, but sure, everything you play for hours and hours starts sounding mediocre. If you listen to a song which at first you though was the greatest thing ever recorded in the musical history of forever for a while without listening to anything else sooner or later it will lose it's charm, same goes for practicing. So yeah, pretty normal stuff.
#4
Pretty much all the songs I've written myself.
At first they are fun - after having played the solo several hundred times it seems very work-a-day
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#5
Quote by Jiggzy.UK
have any of you ever practiced something enough to start disliking the sound of it?


only if I force it.

Play stuff you like. if you stop liking it, play something else.

playing guitar is something you do for fun, don't treat it like homework or a job.
shred is gaudy music
Last edited by GuitarMunky at Feb 26, 2012,
#6
Everlong. Did it with my band and i haven't been able to listen to any Foo Fighters since.
#7
I kill all my own songs that way. I write them, is all 'yeeahh this is awesome', play them 26974 times and grow tired of them. I forget about them, only to find them a couple of months later to repeat the whole thing.
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