#1
Right, I know there are hundreds of these threads kickin' about, but still.

I haven't hit a rut, so much, in the sense that I WANT to play. But I can't find the energy, and even when I can, I can't play any of the stuff I used to be able to. I can't stretch, my sweeping goes back to being incredibly sketchy, and so on and so forth.

In short, my guitar playing is falling apart.

Any ways to remedy this?
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#2
Learn new things, but start simple. Find people to play together with.
Quote by lizarday
oh yeah? well larry king the slayer guitarist owns bc rich guitars. (i think)
#4
Jam with other people, make it regular. If you have a gig or something to work for, then you'll want to play loads more. Worked for me, just had the best gig of my life on tuesday.
#7
Joining a band is probably the fastest and most effective way to get the spark back. It doesn't have to be anything serious, but playing with others will almost certainly help.
#8
Quote by Son of a Brit
You spelled practice wrong

you have got to be kidding me ! i asked my english teacher if he was sure that it's spelled with an s, he said yes. and now you are telling me that's wrong ? oh god somebody please tell me the correct way of spelling that.
#9
Quote by webbtje
^ +1. Grammar fascist, I choose YOU!

Actually thats spelling.

Yay Semantics!

EDIT: Just realized that's totally off topic. I find that I enjoy playing a lot more when I'm playing with other people, espescially for a show.
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