#1
hey i have wrote a song:

Verse:
Em Am D Am times 4

Chours
Em G D Am time 2

Bridge
C Em G Am times 2

i need to make it more exiting any help please?
#2
Dude what's your problem? If it sounds good as it is, you cant do much more to it, can you? I can see where you're coming from though, same old chords everyone uses, similar progressions etc. If you dont like it, play around it. I've been recording vocals today for a song that only has 3 chords - Bm, D, A
Thats it! But when you listen back, the melodies of the vocals make it interesting, the rhythm, the bass, the drums, even a slide guitar thats heavy on the vibrato. It all combines to take this simple 3 chord song to a higher level.

Just make it the best you can, dont worry if its the 'same old chords' or whatever, just play around with it.
#4
just another question what woukld be the best scale to use over this chord progression would it be e minor / e minor pentatonic
#5
Whatever feels right, why not try both? I like using melodic minor scales sometimes. When I started out, I had no idea about what scales to use, or which ones would sound best, it was a case of trial and error, record the part I was soloing over and come up with something that not only served the song but also sounded pretty cool. Sometimes I failed miserably and other times I'd nail it.
I suck at giving guitar advice, I apologise.
#6
you couldnt use E melodic minor could you? coz one notes out of key?
- tommy