I’ve got a bass. It’s dead to me right now.So maybe buy a bass or a uke.
This is what usually breaks me out of it. Usually that’s the Beatles. It could be an acoustic piece like “Things We Said Today” or, my favorite slump buster, Hey Bulldog. It also could be some blues.Going back to my roots
Same here. I’m not concerned. In fact, it qualmed any gear lust I may have had.I take breaks. It doesn't concern me cause history shows i always go back to guitar.
Like I stated above, I’ve got a bass. Recording is usually my change of scenery. I might go back and remix something I previously recorded.Go pick up a bass. It’s a good way to change the scenery.
Sorry to hear that. We've paid out hundreds in the last month for vets fee.Tell me about it.
I just sold off three guitars this week, including my only remaining Gibson Les Paul.
All in order to pay off some veterinary bills.
I need to go in my music room and play the guitars I have left, but I need another beer first.
Wow! That’s awful.
Completely agree. When I’m bored, I go to TrueFire and pull up a course on a technique that I don’t know or a genre I don’t care much about and start doing something completely different. I never finish them but I always learn something that stimulates me. My hundred dollar per year TrueFire sub is the best guitar money I spend.Take a look at good online instruction, such as what TrueFire and Jam Play are putting out now. You WILL pick up new licks and progressions quickly, from good players who (in most cases) are good teachers, too. A one year membership to the full library of lessons at Jam Play cost me about $90. WELL worth it.