#1
I feel like writing a Nirvana-esque song. Any tips?
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#3
play... like... some powerchords...

then... put them together....

like...

try playing

a D power chord...

then... like...

a F# power chord...


then a B power chord....

then an A power chord....

repeat.

write lyrics about killing things.


there ya go.
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#4
Catchy power chord riffs? Seems ironic...
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#5
To first answer: You mean, why base it on Nirvana? I didn't mean it the way it sounded. But like, when I listen to Kurt, his songs are so catchy, yet so simple. I want to make a song like that, at least for now, because I'm a noob at songwriting.

To second answer: That was more on track, but not fully...

To third: Ha. Ha ha.
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#6
stay on the E or A string and slide up n down until you like what youve got..

then you can just transfer the long slides to the opposite string..

get it?
#7
Dynamics of your power chords.

Strong, soft, medium. Thats can be the difference you know.
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