Write Great Songs
Here Guitar Lessons London we love writing songs and huge gigantic guitar riffs! It’s always worthwhile remembering the reason why we love the guitar so much is because it was incorporated into so many brilliant songs. Songs with huge hooks that stick in your mind and you can’t get rid of (not that you may Particularly want to)
Find Chord Sequences That Work All the Time
Having a great theme to your song is essential if you’re feeling romantic going to be about love any motion about the people you care about if you feel like rocking out I’ll be about Friday night parties and all the good times that you experienced. Family and friends always great subject matter from a lyrical perspective if you’re looking to do more of a Dylenesque singer-songwriter type vibe.
melody, harmony, rhythm songwriters and composers
You could always look for inspiration through films and TV year to good idea to actually keep your theme is universal because then they can appeal to anybody and people to read into them and take out of the more they want. Check out the diagram below for some great chord patters & potential inspiration!
Even though you’re looking to write the perfect riff or song often this is difficult so it might be worth while not being too much of perfectionist I just trying to write the best thing that you can write a particular moment and not getting too frustrated with yourself.
Common Keys & Chord Progressions
This is dynamite E B C#m A and always hits the spot!
When writing it’s worthwhile getting feedback as much as possible you will be famous and just hope The one day you are right that essential great song.
Musicians and songwriters are often our own worst critics. If you judge your own songs too harshly you’ll never get anything done, so it’s important to keep an open mind, and while it’s great to take your time and carefully consider each facet of a new song, it’s often easier to get things done when you let the songwriting process flow, stop worrying and just get on with it.
Getting started right the song is often the hardest thing to do and developing your songs main melody and central Corus can take time inspiration is always there and if you we just hire is possible I’m almost certain you will get there eventually.
Fantastic for subtle bass movement C G/D C/E F G F/A G/B C
If you can write lyrics great and if you can’t get a friend to write lyrics or an associate because lyrics to matter and it’s important to write something brilliant.
Keep your iPhone (or similar) handy because you want to record your ideas just in case you come up with that world beating song.
Could also be worthwhile collaborating with other musicians because that’s a great way to drawn inspiration and twice the talents usually makes for a better product!
These Chords sound cool F/Fmaj7/Dm7/Csus4 as do these F / Am / F / G / C or F/Fmaj7/Dm/C or more of a minor vibe Dm / B♭ / C / Gm / B♭ / F / Gm / Dm
- I – IV – I – V (C – F – C – G)
- I – V – vi – IV (C – G – Am – F)
- I – vi – IV – V (C – Am – F – G)
- I – vi – ii – V (C – Am – Dm – G)
The video clip below shows South London Band the Alabama 3 using the I – IV – V chord progression to wonderful effect. The video was taken in Herne Hill London late of Friday when a stumbled across the band plying their blue’s fuel’d magic whilst on a night out with some musician friends on of who was Raissa the lead singer of avant garde songsmiths the Mummers. Remember Music is an art! # melody, lyrics and chord progression.